Jakob Shockey stoking a fire. Photo from http://www.jakobshockey.com

Last November a team of Evergreen students published a peer review article in PLOS One, an open access, peer-review, web journal. Their project documented the condition of the pygmy three-toed sloth ( Bradypus pygmaeus), which is critically endangered. As a follow up to our original post on this project here is an interview by the Seattle Weekly Blogger, Matt Driscoll, of Jakob Shockey and Sam Kaviar, Evergreen students who traveled to Panama to study pygmy sloths:The Horse’s Mouth: Evergreen State College Students Jakob Shockey and Sam Kaviar Discuss Trying to Save the Pygmy Three-Toed Sloth


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