You’re like a parasite
You feed off me
But I don’t get anything
You sucked the life out of me
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When we “sell” our science to journals and policy makers and even the general public, we often pitch our work in broad, abstract strokes (“trait-mediated indirect effects of…”) and/or in a highly applied context (“acid runoff tolerance of two functionally important species”). 539 more words
A parasite spread by cat poop is causing a big problem for endangered sea otters in California, and researchers have finally figured out how.
Sea otters were nearly wiped out by the fur trade at one point, but they’ve been slowly making a comeback thanks to conservation efforts and protection under the Endangered Species Act. 302 more words