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Oekologie is undergoing a revival after a near-extinction event, so please be sure to go there to read it, then link to it from your blog and also be sure to consider sending your own blog entries to this carnival.
On Giant’s Shoulders, issue #5. This blog carnival focuses on how our current knowledge is built upon previous research.
Friday Ark, issue 217. This weekly blog carnival links to images of animals!
Just Write, 14 November 2008 edition.
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