Andrew Durso

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Gender Male
Industry Science
Occupation Assistant Professor of Wildlife Biology
Location Ft Myers, Florida, United States
Introduction I am an Assistant Professor of Wildlife Biology at Florida Gulf Coast University, where I teach ecology. I also study the physiology and ecology of lizards and snakes. My work brings me into frequent contact with the need for snake conservation, which requires holistic conservation of ecosystem structure and function, on which human society depends. I believe that we can only accomplish this goal through education, and that is partly why I decided to publish this blog. The title is a quote by David Quammen, one of the best science writers around, and the Mudsnake in the logo is from Duméril, Bibron, & Duméril's 9-volume early 19th century opus, Erpétologie Générale.

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