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Idaho Ecosystems

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Season 13 (4-17-2012)

Full Show: Idaho has many different ecosystems, including forests, wetlands, deserts and grasslands. Guest scientists Beth Paragamian and Vicky Runnoe, both with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, help explain the differences and similarities among these ecosystems and how they are important to the plants and animals in the state.

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Other: Idaho has four major ecosystems: forests, wetlands, deserts and grasslands. Find out what kinds of plants and animals live in these ecological communities and why.

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Web Extra: Guest scientists Beth Paragamian and Vicky Runnoe, both with the Idaho Department of Fish and Game, stay after to answer more questions about Idaho's ecosystems.

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