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The sentinels of Ranthambore

The lone sentinel of Ranthambore fort – or so we thought. A mother leopard soaks in the dying rays of the sun, along with her 2 sub adults ( who came up and joined her a little later ) . 178 more words


Smash Talk Episode 3: We Talk Ribeiro & Roy, & Of Course Trade Rumors

Whats up Predators fans, we are back this week with another great episode of Smash Talk: The Podcast with co-host Mark of thepredatorspost.com and Cutler Klein of fangfaction.com. 103 more words

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Playoff update

The AFL has announced that the Orlando Predators will be playing the Pittsburgh Power in the opening round of the 2014 playoffs. The last time these two teams met was in week 11. 45 more words


Who's eating whom?

Aphids are attacking the pods and stems of one of my many red milkweed (Asclepias incarnata) plants. As you know if you’ve read previous posts on this blog, 81 more words


South Division Champions

Championships are never handed out, you have to fight for them and boy did the Predators fight for it. 134 points decided whether the Predators would be fighting for survival or getting in a possible practice Arenabowl matchup. 141 more words


Where did the predators go?

I thought I would post an amusing, but thought-provoking blog today.  In a recent class of mine we started talking about sentinel species and surrogate contaminants as a means to track public health impacts, or the potential for same, in people.  232 more words