By teaming up with local citizens statewide, the 'North Carolina Candid Critters' wildlife survey continues to increase scientists’ knowledge of mammal distribution in the state as the largest-ever camera-trap study of its kind. Jeremy Frieling and NC Museum of Natural Sciences
By teaming up with local citizens statewide, the 'North Carolina Candid Critters' wildlife survey continues to increase scientists’ knowledge of mammal distribution in the state as the largest-ever camera-trap study of its kind. Jeremy Frieling and NC Museum of Natural Sciences

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A hairless creature was caught on camera. Some think a chupacabra is on the loose.

August 10, 2017 10:28 AM

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