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Dr. Anusha Shankar ( ) for her steerage, enthusiasm and analysis on torpor.
Dr. Margaret Rubega ( ) and the College of Connecticut
for our dialog and her introductions.
Dr. Alejandro Rico-Guevara () and the College of Washington
for the unbelievable media associated to the tongue and all of his steerage.
Dr. Don Powers ( ) and the Powers Analysis Lab for his or her
footage on vitality conservation.
Dr. Kristiina Hurme ( ) for her wonderful work on weaponized beaks
Dr. Chris Clark ( ) and UC Riverside for our dialog and
the entire great footage associated to the dives and and shows.
Dr. Gregor Yanega ( ) for the footage of birds pilfering spider meals.
FLIR Thermal Cameras ( ) for the psychedelic warmth mapping footage
RuthLes Productions ( ) for the great footage of the
hummer in torpor, in addition to the beautiful telephone chat.
Tracy Kerestesh ( ) for the footage of insect consuming.
The Arizona Day by day Star ( ) for letting me use the footage of a hummer accumulating
spider webs outdoors of their window
Tom Gray ( ) for his very particular photograph of hummingbirds mating…
which isn’t simple to seize
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