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John Waldman, professor of biology at Queens College and scientist with the Hudson River Foundation, is on a month-long expedition in Mongolia to study a giant "mouse-eating" landlocked salmon and other unique organisms. Dr. Waldman is blogging from the field with his team so read along and share their experiences and discoveries as they travel along the Eg-Ur River and Mongolia's largest lake, the enigmatic Lake Hovsgol. »

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Taimen Camp - Day 11 / Lake Hovsgol

Not far from camp the lead Furgon stops when it spots a bear in the moonlight. My Furgon is almost out of gas, so the driver pounds on doors... >>

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Are you a CUNY scientist planning a research adventure and interested in blogging about it? Send Us an Email: richard.firstman@mail.cuny.edu

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