OVER 950 New Species to Science and Counting!

OVER 950 New Species to Science and Counting!


By atbi - Posted on 18 October 2009

Common Checkered Skipper

Discover Life in America and the Smokies ATBI just reached over 950 new species to science and is closing in on 8,100 new species for the Park.  This amazing project continues to build momentum and gain attention from around the world.   We are hoping to reach 1000 new to science in the Smokies for the Park Services' Centenial Year, 2016.  Please support us as we assist the Smokies in managing and protecting our valuable living resources for generations to come!

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