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Update Log - 8/1/15

Odyssey I

I replaced a passage in “Sick Leave” and made some edits to surrounding parts. I didn’t think I’d mess with this part again, but it’s so pivotal and I wasn’t happy with some parts. 22 more words

Species

State Sees No Threat To Rare Species From Coal Mine's Growth

GRANTSVILLE, Md. (AP) — The Maryland Department of the Environment says the growth of a coal mine near Grantsville is unlikely to threaten two rare aquatic species. 111 more words

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Animals | Morning Drink

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A Emerald-spotted Wood dove having a early morning drink at Zimanga


By andrewschoeman

Source: 500px.com

Animals

In Memoriam – Cecil the Lion

I imagine if you were to lay Homo sapiens out upon the anthropological slab and dissect him as a species you would come up with a number of anomalies. 651 more words

Rate of extinction in our time is alarming

Scientists agree that extinction is a perfectly normal phenomenon in the course of devolution. What is not normal though, is that currently, the rate of extinction of living organisms is about 100 times more than normal. 110 more words

Challenges To Conservation

Vulpes ferrilata

The Tibetan sand fox. Commonly found in Nepal, Bhutan, China and Sikkim. Not to be mistaken with Vulpes rueppellii (Ruppell’s fox) that also lives in similar regions and is known by the same common name of Tibetan fox. 80 more words

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Animals | Crake on a Hippo

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I was photographing a pod of sleeping Hippos, hoping for a nice yawn, when I got a tad more than I hoped for. 63 more words

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