10,000 Photos of the Wild Life in Homes (and Counting)

New blog post about the Never Home Alone project!


"Yet, while ten thousand observations tells us a lot about common, widespread species, it doesn’t yet tell us as much about the rarer, more geographically restricted life forms. We have just four observations of Odontomachus ants in homes, for example. And just a dozen or so observations of the giant house spider. To understand those species, we need more photos."

Read the full article HERE.

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