An Adorable Rodent Gives a Glimpse Into Earth’s Climate Chaos.

The Carrizo Plain National Monument is a portal to a time before big ag turned California’s Central Valley into a monocultural wasteland. The refuge is home to insane wildflower blooms in the spring, and a long cast of characters—arthropods like wind scorpions (not really scorpions, but equally horrifying, if you feel like googling), reptiles like the side-blotched lizard, and fliers like barn owls. All of them are delicately balanced in an ecosystem of eaters and eatees.

Publicado por biohexx1 biohexx1, 27 de agosto de 2018, 08:35 AM


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