wētāpunga: the God of ugly things is in need of its beautiful land — Species Account

Moving our focus a couple hemispheres away, the country of New Zealand is composed of a collection of islands southwest of Australia, in between the Tasman Sea and the South Pacific Ocean. This island country is home to some of the world’s most pristine landscapes (as attested to in The Lord of the Rings series) […]

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The Texas blind salamander: Tales of an irreplaceable water snob — The Environmental Issue

Texas blind salamander (Eurycea rathbuni) For my second blog post, we are going to venture far from the mountain tops of the Rockies and descend into yet another remote and unforgiving landscape. You may recognize these little guys from the BBC Planet Earth episode on caves, but the Texas blind salamander is so much more […]

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The Texas blind salamander: Tales of an irreplaceable water snob — Species Account

Texas blind salamander (Eurycea rathbuni) For my second species, we are going to venture far from the mountain tops of the Rockies and descend into yet another remote and unforgiving landscape. You may recognize these little guys from the BBC Planet Earth episode on caves, but the Texas blind salamander is so much more than […]

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