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Photo: Jonathan Pavlica
There are at least 20,000 lions left in the wild, so they still out-number captive lions — but not by much!
Above: David Moeller and Allison Shaw at the CBS Conservatory (Photo: Jonathan Pavlica) Below: Lauren Sullivan and Allison Shaw in the field
From left: Peter Tiffin, Courtney Passow, Suzanne McGaugh
Postdoctoral associate Xiao Yi in the lab.
Two decades ago, over the summer before he started working as a grad student investigating the effect of limiting nutrients on plant species under Regents Professor David Tilman,
Valery Forbes in the lab with a tank containing Capitella teleta, a tiny worm that may be a useful ally cleaning up after oil spills. Below: Close up of Capitella teleta, which burrow into sandy sediments.