About the Site
About the author
name is Timothy Young. I am a student at the University of Wisconsin -
La Crosse, where I am currently a freshman. I am a biology major with a
concentration in biomedical science, and I created this website for a
project in my organismal
biology class. Other students' organism websites can be found at http://www.multipleorganisms.net.
Biology is a very interesting field to study, because it has an
abundance of practical information that can be very useful to
understand the world around us. The field is exciting, because new
information and species continue to be discovered as technology
continues to improve. I feel very fortunate to be a part of
this exciting scientific movement, and look forward to continuing my
studies. If you have any questions, feel free to send me an email.
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