Tag Archives: Water

The Amazing American Eel: A journey from the Sargasso Sea

The American Eel (Anguilla rostrata) may be one of the most underappreciated fish in North America. They have an incredible life, go through many changes and adapt to different environments American Eels can be found from Greenland all the way down … Continue reading

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Being Cold Blooded in the Cold

Have you ever wondered what happens to cold-blooded animals in the winter? Where do the turtles, frogs, and snakes go? They can’t migrate far south like birds, and they can’t keep warm like deer and foxes. So, how do they … Continue reading

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Moving Along the Mississippi

Big rivers like the Mississippi can be found around the world, and they are a symbol and mechanism of change. They move not only water, but animals, people and culture, too. Our Mississippi stretches for 2,350 miles and connects Minnesota … Continue reading

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Water Conservation & Urbanization: When water issues hit home, what can you do to help?

We love our cities and neighborhoods. The crisp, green lawns and bustling streets filled with people going to work, ballgames, festivals and concerts. But, urbanization has a big impact on our water quality, and engineers, scientists and policy makers work … Continue reading

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