The Environmental Journal of Southern Appalachia
Friday, 29 January 2021 00:26

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The hellbender (Cryptobranchus alleganiensis), a native salamander, is an indicator species. It requires clear, oxygen-rich water to respire, find its prey, and reproduce.

The presence of hellbenders in a stream is indicative of high water quality and an intact ecosystem.

Hellbender Press aspires to help you discover the degrees of resilience and sustainability of your community, our bioregion, and planet Earth.

Hellbender Press informs about what is beneficial for life — here and elsewhere.

It also points out where we must do better to save what may still be savable.

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