August 05, 2010


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LEWISBURG, Pa. — From studying the habits of elephants in Tanzania to tracking penguins in Antarctica, graduates of Bucknell University's animal behavior program are creating their own place in the ecosystem.

Read in the summer edition of Bucknell Magazine how Bucknellians around the world and in their own backyards follow the call of the wild as caretakers and teachers, protectors and researchers. || Story || Online edition with web exclusives

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