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We would like to thank you for visiting our website about the Pteronura brasiliensis! We hope you found this organism to be as fascinating as we did! We are currently students at the University of Wisconsin- La Crosse, and this webpage was an assignment we completed for our Organismal Biology class during the spring semester of 2014.



Our names are Mallory Phillips and Alyssa Patten
Our instructors' names are Dr. Tom Volk and Dr. Eric Snively


If you have any questions or comments about this webpage, we would love to here from you! Listed below is our contact information, as well as a brief description of ourselves!


Alyssa PattenHi I'm Alyssa and I'm currently a Freshman at the
University of Wisconsin- La Crosse. I am a Biology
major with an emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy, and I am
minoring in Nutrition! I chose to attend UW-L
because of the atmosphere on the campus. It's a
very active school with bluffs to hike, snowshoeing
and canoeing trips, and paths to run. In my free
time I love to go for runs, read novels, bake, and
hang out with my friends. I also have a unique hobby of
decorating cakes. If I could travel to one place in the
world, it would be to Alaska because I'd love to
see all of the beautiful glaciers! My favorite food is
anything that entails chocolate. I prefer to eat my
dessert before any other part of the meal because
I don't have the self-control to save the best for last!

For this project, my topics were classification, adaptations,

and interesting facts!






 Please feel free to email me if you have any questions: 



My name is Mallory and I am currently a Freshman at UW-La Crosse majoring in Biology with emphasis in Pre-Physical Therapy.  I love spending time with my friends and family and enjoy any activities outdoors such as fishing, hunting, running, boating, and basically all sports.  I'm looking forward to my future as a Physical Therapist so I can help people but I'm most excited to be able to have my own dogs! For this project I worked on the topics of habitat, interactions, and reproductions!


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