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Canyonlands National Park: Throughout Canyonlands, naturally occurring sandstone basins called potholes form tiny ecosystems inhabited by a surprising collection of animals. Join ranger Karen Henker for an introduction to these animals and some their remarkable adaptations.
- Inside Canyonlands, Utah, Ecology, Animals, Soil, Stones, & Rocks
- adaptations, canyonlands, ephemeral pools, national park, potholes, tadpole shrimp, tardigrades
- Date of Video
- March 31, 2004
- Video Location
- Canyonlands National Park, Moab, UT
- 38°10'0.88"N × 109°45'34.78"W
- Courtesy of the National Park Service. For a large collection of audio and video podcast episodes on many classroom topics, visit the National Park Service on iTunes U.
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