Cometstarlight8 karma2019-06-25 16:10:35 UTC
If anything, reintroducing wolves to the population in Yellowstone has greatly increased the biodiversity there. Wolves wouldn't destroy the entire population. Deer are super overpopulated.
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Cometstarlight8 karma2018-07-25 15:23:50 UTC
Hi Priya! What are some other zoos you've visited that you like? Thanks for all the hard work that you do!
Cometstarlight2 karma2019-07-30 16:51:14 UTC
So you've studied grasshopper sparrow subspecies, bats, mice, and crayfish. That's pretty cool! Is there another species of animal you want to do a study on in the near future or are you focusing on these?
Cometstarlight2 karma2019-07-02 15:18:20 UTC
I've been to sea turtle hospitals/rehabilitation centers in Florida (Gumbo Limbo being a favorite of mine). Are there figures on how rehabilitated sea turtles have fared when released back into the wild?
I'm also a zoology major with a great interest in marine bio so I love stuff like this! If I can ask another question, do you have any advice to give to someone new in the field?
Cometstarlight2 karma2019-01-04 02:23:09 UTC
Have you seen many animals?
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