Tag Archives: Biologist

The Horse Spy

Atticus Caravaggio couldn’t believe his eyes. What happened at the edge of the Wild Horse herd shouldn’t be possible. Moving as silently as possible within his hastily-constructed hide, he reviewed the film. He hadn’t hallucinated after all. He turned another … Continue reading

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The Lure

Photo by: Matthew Wright Biologist Kent Fordham scanned the skies from a boat three miles off-shore. Numbers of Red-billed Seagulls were dropping precipitously. Looking through his binoculars, he hoped to see if their migrations routes had changed. He had learned … Continue reading

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The Guava Trick – Chimera 66

The Guava Trick Chance Garza slurped her guava juice. The attractive intern moaned over-dramatically, “Mmmm! If guava sat on shit, I’d eat it.” The gathered biologists chuckled in the Panamanian heat. Garrett sighed. She’d slept with every male scientist, except … Continue reading

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