Steven Kimble

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I think I'd cook the blood, but the recipe looks otherwise good.
Nov 06, 2017
Is the tradition of drinking raw Yak's blood putting people at the risk of becoming sick?
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https://experiment.com/projects/using-turtle-dogs-to-study-wildlife-diseases
Nov 18, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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Thanks!
Sep 12, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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Thanks to all of you who participated in this campaign! It has been a success! Stay tuned for more news. -Team Turtle Dog
Sep 10, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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Thanks, Katherine!
Sep 10, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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Thank you, Ken!
Sep 09, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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Thanks, Andrew!
Sep 09, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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Thanks, Ethan!
Sep 08, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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Yay Cecilia!
Sep 08, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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Constance, the trainer/owner happened to have a bird dog that also searched out turtles. He has bred for and trained for this tendency and how has a whole team of them. He starts when the puppies are young and I don't know all his secrets but I know at some point in the dogs' training they sniff out bacon-covered softballs!
Sep 08, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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Less than 25% to go!
Sep 08, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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Barbara, good question. That is an active area of research. Ranavirus among fishes and amphibians is transmitted in water, when they each other, or even by rubbing each other. In turtles we don't know but it might be by mosquitoes or other insects.
Sep 08, 2014
Using turtle dogs to study wildlife diseases
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