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Natural History Encyclopedia 2.0
Despite rough climatic conditions and deadly fungal diseases, the Monterey Cypress stands tall.
Meet the world's largest marine reptile.
Are these Quail Hollow Ranch trees dwarf redwoods, or are they just stunted?
The new state amphibian suffers from desirable flavor and sexual confusion.
Cousin of sea stars, favorite meal of otters.
A relic of the Paleozoic era, this primitive plant was once thought to signal the presence of gold.
A short video about California's only native freshwater turtle.
By Hanae Armitage
They travel in massive hordes, are a keystone ocean species, and even show a little glitz. Yet anchovies are primarily known for being a commonly picked-off pizza topping.
The saline-suited, freshwater-friendly trout of North America's Pacific Coast.
Fearless ocean predator or majestic spirit guide?
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