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Bradwell Bay: a Last Refuge of the Southern Dusky Salamander

  • Aired: 11/16/2017
  • 04:07
  • Rating: NR
Deep in the Apalachicola National Forest, the Bradwell Bay Wilderness is the best remaining population of an animal in decline- the southern dusky salamander. Here, we learn the story of Bruce Means's first salamander discovery.
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We search for southern dusky salamanders in the Bradwell Bay Wilderness.
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