Friday, December 20, 2013

Friday Roundup: This Week's Wildlife Links (December 20th, 2013)

The U.S. government has just dropped 2,000 mice outfitted with miniature parachutes and stuffed with pain meds over Guam in an attempt to kill invasive Brown Tree Snakes.

Recently described species from the Amazon include a tapir and a small cat.

Newly-constructed rock ladders help restore historic fish runs in Rhode Island.

Rescuing juvenile Sawfish in Australia with crocs prowling nearby.

Is a freshwater octopus drowning swimmers in Oklahoma? Spoiler alert: no.

Tracking the secret lives of Great White Sharks.

Florida biologists conduct search for Rock Pythons.



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




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