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The Lynx Have a Box!

By Donny LaPlume (GDES ’18)

A lynx stuffs itself into its “home” at the Montreal Biodome (Donny LaPlume)

Hello Universe,

I am writing on behalf of the Global Environment Earth Science Lab (what a name). We went to the Montreal Biodome and I cannot stress how adorable a lynx with a box is!

Like seriously look at that. It is a wild animal, climbing into a box. Everything you think you know about cats is flippin’ right!

But in all seriousness the Biodome is a fantastic place. There were 4 different exhibits we got see in our time there. An Amazon environment, one themed on the forests of North America, The Gulf of Saint Lawrence, and the Arctic.

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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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A Day Among the Insects

By Nathaniel Crumlich In the heart of Montreal is a botanical oasis that one might not expect to see in any given major city, let alone one this far north. Of course, the Montreal Botanical Gardens and Insectarium are no mystery to those of us who have been living in the city for even this […]

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