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And then there were none: southern mountain caribou

  • Publication Date: February 24, 2020
  • Publication: canada.com

Boreal lichen dangles high up in 2,000-year-old trees in the inland rainforest of British Columbia’s Southern Selkirk Mountains. It’s hard to believe a rainforest exists here – but thanks to rain (lots of it!) that falls on average 100 days a year or so, this range, older than the Rocky Mountains, is home to a beautiful old-growth forest.

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