Nature

Citizen Science Story: Project TRUE

Clip: Season 37 | 3m 53s

Project TRUE is an initiative by the Bronx Zoo/WCS that allows high school students to get hands-on experience in biological fieldwork studying urban ecology. Learn about the valuable research one group of students are doing this summer on the urban snapping turtle population in New York.

Aired: 09/06/19

Rating: NR

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