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Crocodiles, Birds, and Lazy Raccoons: The Montreal Biodome

By Brennan Segarra On January 22nd, our Global Environmental Earth Science class took our first lab trip to Montreal’s Biodome. After a class of reviewing all the core details of how ecosystems function, it was certainly enjoyable to get a close-up look at a few different examples. The Biodome takes a significant effort in not […]

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