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Hey, stranger! I'm Teddy Fotiou, and this is EpochCatcher: your source for everything wild. I run, walk, crawl, and swim around with a camera, photographing critters just for you! The Holocene Epoch has so many fascinating creatures, even if carnosaurs and mammoths are dead.


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A Sestina Poem About the Creation of the Earth and the Evolution of Life

May 12, 2015
M106 Spiral Galaxy - NASA I haven't published anyt hing on here in a couple weeks, but I am currently working on a rather long and detailed article for your viewing plea...
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Amazing Pictures of Camouflaged Animals

April 23, 2015
Many animals use camouflage to hide from predators or ambush prey. This is basic, elementary life science. But there is more to camouflage than the revelations of a grade...
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What is the Difference Between a Centipede and a Millipede?

April 10, 2015
I love bugs, but I am afraid I haven't given them much love lately, so here's a little post about some of my favorite bugs, the myriapods. Myriapods (which means "10,000...
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How (and Where) to Find Unicorns

April 01, 2015
Since the Bronze Age, humans have hunted a legendary, horse-like beast. Feared by men and adored by women, it prances around the world's forests and has no concept of per...
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The Magnificent Artwork of John James Audubon

March 30, 2015
Today, thanks to our computers, smartphones, and tablets, we can observe fascinating wildlife within the comfort of our homes. In turn, this is possible thanks to our cam...
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8 Cool Clownfish Facts

March 20, 2015
Thanks to the popular Disney/Pixar film Finding Nemo, clownfish are among the world's most popular fish. Scuba divers hope to encounter them, and aquarists hope to own th...
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Blue-Tongued Skinks: Chubby, Stubby Lizards of Australia

March 07, 2015
Western blue-tongued skink (Tiliqua occipitalis) in the Outback near Shark Bay, Western Australia. If you’ve seen a small lizard sunbathing on your porch or darting into...
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My Top 20 Wildlife Photos (So Far)

February 28, 2015
Here's a list of my top 20 photos (so far). I have hundreds of high quality photos, but these are my best, which I have chosen based on uniqueness and artistic value. If...
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Walking with Dinosaurs: The Cassowaries of Etty Bay

February 21, 2015
In my travels, I've encountered many strange critters. But, in September 2013, about a month after my Mudskipper blog post (my last blog post for well over a year), I enc...
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Koalas: Bear-Like, Sloth-Impersonating Marsupials

February 13, 2015
When you think of Australia, generally, what animals first come to mind? Most people imagine kangaroos or crocodiles or a whole lot of venomous creatures, and well…this f...
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