Kangaroo Rats - Self Defense in the Desert

Kangaroo rats are one of the most abundant (and cutest!) mammals in the desert. These appealing little balls of fur have to face a gauntlet of desert predators, though, including owls, coyotes, and snakes. How does a small rodent without teeth or claws survive this assault? Learn more from researchers who have filmed them in action, Dr. Rulon Clark of San Diego State and Grace Freymiller of ninjarat.org. Learn more about the sponsoring agency, Interpreters and Scientists Working On Our Parks (iSWOOP), and their Joshua Tree National Park page.
February 07, 2020 at 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Indian Cove Campground Amphiteater
Indian Cove Mountain Road
Twentynine Palms, CA 92277
United States
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