Fossil Friday| Introducing Evolution with the Archaeopteryx

In celebration of #FossilFriday, I wanted to share an educational resource: a lesson I used during student teaching to introduce a unit on evolution. This lesson can be modified for … Continue reading Fossil Friday| Introducing Evolution with the Archaeopteryx

#SundayFishSketch Gulf Coast Pygmy Sunfish

The Gulf Coast Pygmy Sunfish is found in the coastal river drainages of the Sunshine State, Florida, over to southern Georgia.

Frogs Thought to be Extinct may be Fighting Back Against Skin-Eating Fungus

The disease is an aggressive fungal infection called chytridiomycosis. It is caused by a type of chytrid fungus, colloquially known as Bd, which is shorthand for Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. 

Mid-Season Finale S1E4 Taste For Blood: Nature’s Vampires

This episode, we have a story that takes us all the way from Copenhagen, to the rain forest of South America— from the belly of the beast, to it’s excrement—as we explore nature’s Vampires

Eco-Break S1E2: The History of Life on Earth, Part 1

14 billion years ago, the universe as we know it didn’t exist. It was smaller than an atom and more hot and dense than anything we could imagine and then…BANG! … Continue reading Eco-Break S1E2: The History of Life on Earth, Part 1