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Jun 15, 2006 (Vol. 26, No. 12)

Reptiles & Amphibians - NBII

URL:www.nbii.gov/disciplines/herps
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From plants, we move to reptiles and amphibians. The only connection I can make is that neither group controls its own body temperature. Described on the site as %perhaps the most maligned and misunderstood members of the animal kingdom,% amphibians and to a lesser extent, reptiles are in the news due to rapidly diminishing numbers. Hosted by the National Biological Information Infrastructure, Reptiles & Amphibians reminds us that these organisms are critical components of the food chain. Clicking on the News links, however, gives a ’broken link’ message for each one. This is not something I look for in an information-based site, particularly a .gov site.
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