Scientists Target Remote Desert River for Intensive Study.

There are only two rivers in the California portion of the Mojave Desert where water flows year-round. The Amargosa River is one. It is home to rare plants and animals, such as the Amargosa pupfish, that are completely dependent on this groundwater-fed river. Some organisms, like the Amargosa vole, live nowhere else on Earth.

https://www.linktv.org/shows/earth-focus/scientists-target-remote-desert-river-for-intensive-study

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