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“I could never have done what I have done without the habits of punctuality, order and diligence, without the determination to concentrate myself on one subject at a time.”

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"I am a former Herpetology Keeper's Assistant, and an avid nature and wildlife photography buff. I love frogs because…well, heck, how can one NOT love frogs? They have cute expressive faces, they sing into the night, and they eat lots of insects, thus helping to control the population of pests. They are also (and most unfortunately) a visual representation of the damage we are doing to the natural environment, and to the planet as a whole. They are our modern day canary in a coal mine. We would do well to heed their warning…"

R.C. Clark, Dancing Snake Nature Photography

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