Biology 3.2 - 1080 Resources

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Infographic showing traces of 1080 have never been found in reticulated drinking water supplies, in over 500 samples tested over the last 5 years. 1080 is readily soluble and dilutes quickly to low concentrations in contact with water.

Infographic showing traces of 1080 have never been found in reticulated drinking water supplies, in over 500 samples tested over the last 5 years. 1080 is readily soluble and dilutes quickly to low concentrations in contact with water.

Stoat skull cleaned by Fox Trail Taxidermy

Stoat skull cleaned by Fox Trail Taxidermy

Tiny Ermine Weasel Skull Real Bone Animal Skull by EvasFeathers

Tiny Ermine Weasel Skull Real Bone Animal Skull Taxidermy Bones teeth and jaw

Tiny Ermine Weasel Skull Real Bone Animal Skull by EvasFeathers

victorian taxidermy birds - Google Search

Antique Victorian Large Oval Glass Dome Taxidermy Birds Sandpipers

"Grip" - Charles Dicken's Pet Raven (Corvus corax) in a late Victorian Taxidermy Case. "Grip" is Memorialized in his Novel BARNABY RUDGE.

"Grip" - Charles Dicken's Pet Raven (Corvus corax) in a late Victorian Taxidermy Case. "Grip" is Memorialized in his Novel BARNABY RUDGE.

Biocontrol of the New Zealand pea crab - Oliver Trottier and Jessica Feickert (Leigh Marine Laboratory) have been working to understand the biology of the New Zealand pea crab, which is a parasite of green-lipped mussels. Using this knowledge, they hope to develop biocontrol strategies to limit pea crab infestation on mussel farms.

Biocontrol of the New Zealand pea crab - Oliver Trottier and Jessica Feickert (Leigh Marine Laboratory) have been working to understand the biology of the New Zealand pea crab, which is a parasite of green-lipped mussels. Using this knowledge, they hope to develop biocontrol strategies to limit pea crab infestation on mussel farms.

A Very Rare Mounted Specimen of the Extraordinary New Zealand Kakapo ( Strigops Haroptilus ). (1800 to 1900 New Zealand)

A Very Rare Mounted Specimen of the Extraordinary New Zealand Kakapo ( Strigops Haroptilus ). (1800 to 1900 New Zealand)

Tony Duquette Photos

Tony Duquette Photos

Decor Eclectic Photo - A stuffed cockatoo wearing a Balinese headdress

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