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Tetrapod Zoology

Extinction: Not the End of the World at London’s Natural History Museum

Excellent Dodo in the exhibition. The artist needs credit - >>who is responsible<<?

A few weeks ago John Conway and your humble blog-author visited the Natural History Museum (London) to see and review the new exhibit Extinction: Not the End of the World (thanks to Becky Caruana for organising this). Since the exhibit is heavily tetrapod-themed, discussion and review here is entirely appropriate and, while there is a [...]

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The Thoughtful Animal

You’ll Never Guess How Biologists Lure Jaguars To Camera Traps

Jaguar-Belize-Zoo

Camera traps are a useful tool that scientists to use study jaguars. The downside is they have to wait for an animal to pass in front of the camera. Some biologists have discovered a clever way to entice the big cats to do just that.

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