At first glance, the Devils Hole pupfish would rightly be considered one of the most isolated creatures on earth, but the broader world touches the pupfish in surprising ways. Everything's connected.
June 2015. Nature Conservancy scientist Lauren Alleman with making a vegetation sample plot at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Reserve. Photo credit: © Kevin Arnold
NatureNet Science Fellow Stephen Wood using GPS to mark his soil sampling site on the Conservancy's Staten Island Preserve. (Staten Island, CA. May 2016) Photo © The Nature Conservancy (Cara Byington)
May 2014. The community cleans the days catch of mainly juvenile parrot fish in Caracol. Photo credit: © Tim Calver for The Nature Conservancy
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