We found this baby rabbit in our yard when my kids were little.
After a day or two, we saw his mommy in the yard, and put him out there with her. The two of them hopped away living happily ever after. (I took a sample of his hair using a piece of sticky tape. See my page on “hair” under the microscope.)
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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Tardigrade/103745986331445 Here is a cool Facebook page with everything tardigrade! Enjoy ! Mike Shaw The Space Bear Hunter
Here is news about a new tardigrade species found in Antarctica.
Click Here – Antarctica Article
To find tardigrades right here in the USA – my book is now in paperback:
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My Tardigrade Quiz Book is out – BRAND NEW !!
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I’ve revised my two books on Amazon Kindle ! Click on the book covers to download the books on Amazon. AND – now in paperback too. Visit my author page: www.amazon.com/author/mikeshaw247
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Just came out in the October 2013 newsletter of the New York Microscopical Society. You can download it here… Thanks! Mike
Looks like my name is attached to the project…
See the paragraph on mentors…
Please check out the website (link above) and lend your support to determine if tardigrades did or did not come from outer space.
See you at lift off,
Space Bear Hunter
People often ask me where to buy tardigrades.
Here are two sources:
I haven’t purchased from them before, because I find my own. After all, I am the “Space Bear Hunter,” officially dubbed in the below video. But you may want to fore-go the risk of ticks and hanging inchworms.
This one is know as a Rammazzotius. It was captured in Liberty Park, NJ.