The Sima de San Pedro is a huge round pit-abyss of approximately108 meters depth to the water level plus around 20 meters more of water. It is a place of a rich biodiversity with more than 25 species of amphibians and reptiles.This geological phenomenon dates from the jurassic era and is located neat to the village of Oliete in the province of Teruel, Aragón (Spain).Besides, numerous bird species take refuge during the night in the steep walls of the pit, most abundant are the Red-billed Chough... continue reading
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Northern bald ibis - Geronticus eremita (Kelaynak in Turkish)This species has undergone a long-term decline and now has an extremely small population, with over 95% of truly wild birds concentrated in one subpopulation in Morocco. Numbers are currently increasing owing to management actions and consequent improved breeding success. However, this improvement in its status in Morocco is very recent and has not yet led to an increase in the number of colonies. In Syria its population appears to have... continue reading
I decided that I wanted to add to my portfolio some freshwater fish isolations for buyers looking for fish identification or as an insert to some projects they may be working on.Some little tips and tricks I have learned as I was doing this are:1. Get comfortable doing good isolations. It takes time and everyone has a different method but when it works you'll know it. If it isn't a good isolation it won't even get on the board.2. Add the latin name whenever possible to any animal... continue reading
In line with this month's assignment, I want to share something with you that I hope will inspire you to slow down a bit and consider where are we all heading to in our rush for money, money and more money.We, as the dominant species that runs the planetary show seem to have totally lost touch with the reality. What are we leaving behind for our children and grandchildren?Three months ago, I started reading a book that got me really worried. The title is Plan B 3.0 Mobilizing to Save Civilization... continue reading
While driving in my car heading to the zoo I heard some great news about Western Lowland Gorillas on NPR.They announced that the Wildlife Conservation Society gorilla experts discovered in the Republic of Congo an estimated 125,000 Western Lowland Gorillas living in the countries Northern Forests.The reason for the high numbers is because there is no war, logging and disease epidemics that is linked to man.Hardly anyone goes into this forest do to it being hard to move around through the swamp... continue reading
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