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scientifically speaking, its fun

Sometimes we get the nicest surprises from readers, like the recent email from Bayard H. Brattstrom below. Brattstrom is a distinguished herpetologist (he studies amphibians and reptiles), professor, author, subscriber for twenty years. He just sent his tenth book off to his publisher and is still involved in serious research: he’s written 300 scientific papers and 600 consulting reports so far. But more than anything, Brattstrom is proof that a serious person doesn’t have to take himself, or life, too seriously, as his note illustrates. Read it carefully because he’s got a lot of interesting things to share:

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