Land Between Two Rivers: Part 3
The Seekers (#310)
This program presents the research results of some Iowa naturalists and the stories of their lifelong interests in scientific inquiry. Viewers take a look at crayfish behavior patterns counter-adaptions made by garden spiders to snare food, a threatened species of plant life called the monkshood, and the value of fossil study. [29 minutes]
This episode has not aired in the past few months on Iowa Public Television.
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- 13 episodes
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- 29 minutes
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Series Description: LAND BETWEEN TWO RIVERS: PART 3 surveys the array of Iowa's plant, animal, insect and marine life against the backdrop of encroaching agricultural and urban development. The programs provide both concrete and abstract food for thought about Iowans' responsibility for their natural heritage.
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