Varsha Vijay found it. It survived
Washed up on a rock in Ash Creek Estuary.
I came across thousands of them stuck together in the tide pools of Ash Creek estuary.
Found it next to the sidewalk in Ash Creek Estuary.
Found them growing on a rock in a tide pool in Ash Creek (The Connecticut coast of Long Island Sound.)
Found it running across a large rock at the water's edge on the Connecticut coast of Long Island Sound.
Found him on a wet pice of moss growing on a stump. This particular specimen was a lot more active than other tardigrades.
Somewhere along the Under Mountain Trail.
I thought this might be a Mouse Spider but looking at pictures I am thrown into doubt
At the laundromat
The moth book says it often frequents roadside puddles during the day. This one expanded to indoor shower puddles during the day!
This was one of my favorite two animals that I saw at the zoo.
This Barred owl has a cataract in one of it's eyes and a damaged wing, so he spends his day here at the Beardsley Zoo where he is taken care of.
I noticed many native birds along the edge of the zoo which borders the park.