It was 15 below zero this morning. Not that unusual for January in the Adirondack Mountains, but after a month of frigid temperatures and icy conditions, one starts to feel a sense of desperation about the conditions. Thoughts of driving to the Biodome in Montreal to sit in the Amazon Rainforest exhibit have been popping into my head regularly.
Perhaps the answer is to learn about warm, tropical places. Immerse yourself in tropical habitats. Here are a few suggestions for winter tropical science. I hope they warm you up!
Read about the African Rainforest
Also try some cool pictures from Dr. Scott Amsel’s travels with the Orangutan Foundation and other organizations:
Amazon River Dolphin: