Expanded version of the article printed in Nature Notes No. 4, 2017
By Dr. Ellen A.G. Chernoff and Jennifer Macke
Tiger salamanders are common on the Pajarito Plateau and throughout northern New Mexico. Because they live underground, we rarely see them. The underground parts of our world are one of our “final frontiers”; we know very little about what goes on down there! Read more Tiger Salamanders and Mammals: Underground Companions?