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They have robust skulls, big teeth, they reach a reasonable size and they're restricted (today) to northwestern North America. They're the Pacific giant salamanders...
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The cassowaries are here, and it's a shame that we know so little about them...
Mammals are but the only surviving members of a far grander, older lineage
Quick reviews of two great new(ish) books...
We are but weeks away from the prime Tet Zoo–themed event of the year
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