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The definitive host: Black-footed ferret project COMPLETE

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de·fin·i·tive host (duh-fin'eh-tiv) n. 1) An organism where a parasite undergoes the adult and sexual stages of its reproductive cycle 2) Someone you go to for interesting stories and/or facts, and puts on one hell of a dinner party 3) This blog, devoted to science and other geeky subjects

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Black-footed ferret project COMPLETE

Sorry for the long delay between posts, but it's gotten surprisingly hectic over here.

I've got a few things on my plate that are keeping me busy, and some will be posted here (as well as on other sites as well), so I will keep you posted.

But, I just wanted to direct you to a project of mine that began while I was finishing up my Master's of Journalism degree. The project deals with the plight of the endangered North American black-footed ferret, a cute mammal that has been in danger for many, many years.

I decided to create a multimedia website devoted to discovering what happened to cause its classification of endangered, what is being done in the United States and Canada and what the future could hold for the magnificent animal.

Thanks to an intrepid young web-designer and all the fellow students and professors who helped me out with this project, it became something that I am immensely proud of.

So please, do go check out all the video's, slideshows, text and photo galleries I have there ... and learn about an animal that needs our help.

Check out: "Back from the brink: The story of the North American black-footed ferret."

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At June 15, 2010 at 4:31 PM , Anonymous de Sa said...

What a fantastic website! Informative, but it doesn't throw facts at you to make it boring. Well done David.

Hope you can finish up soon and have some time to enjoy the rest of the summer!

At June 19, 2010 at 10:24 AM , Anonymous Sara said...

Fantastic website. Looks like it was tons of work!


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