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Georgia Wild E-Newsletter

Nov. 29, 2013


DNR's Clay George and Ashley Raybould conduct a dolphin necropsy

Topics in this issue include:

  • Bottlenose dolphin strandings surge in Georgia, likely indicating the arrival of morbillivirus.
  • Stream search for hellbender DNA turns up hits and misses, all of which will help scientists conserve the continent's largest salamanders.
  • Athens science educator Steven King is awarded TERN's 2013 teacher grant.

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