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8926
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In the June 1972, issue of Wildlife in North Carolina, Godfrey described three animals with “Carolina” in their names. In this article he describes another, the mourning dove, known scientifically as Zenaidura nacroura carolinensis.
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8925
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Many fishermen consider the smallmouth bass to be the most desirable freshwater game fish. Its vertical bars along its sides and distinct eye stripes differ from the largemouth bass which has a blotchy, horizontal stripe down its side. Cornell discusses the smallmouth's habitat, life history, and importance as a game fish.
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