Friday, November 8, 2013

Friday Roundup: This Week's Wildlife Links (November 8th, 2013)

North America's only carnivorous butterfly.

Incredible pictures of a Michigan rattler in the fall.

Ecology and the conservation of the Bush Dog.

Following on the heels of this disgusting decapitated Copperhead video, Florida officials reveal why it's a bad idea to torture and kill rattlesnakes on video.

The Halloween frog of Costa Rica isn't extinct after all.

An endangered species success story: the Canada Lynx is returning to Vermont.

Dam removal will help an Alabama darter.



How did we learn that birds migrate? A stork with a spear in it.

How do snakes see when their eyes are closed? Kind of a trick question explained by Andrew Durso.


Did I miss an interesting wildlife link from this week? Provide it below








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