For 30 years, the Miami tiger beetle was thought to be extinct until biologists discovered it living in a small patch of Miami-Dade County pine rockland.
For 30 years, the Miami tiger beetle was thought to be extinct until biologists discovered it living in a small patch of Miami-Dade County pine rockland.
For 30 years, the Miami tiger beetle was thought to be extinct until biologists discovered it living in a small patch of Miami-Dade County pine rockland.

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December 18, 2015 05:55 PM

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