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Ossabaw Island. By: Bryan Knauff & Alex and Jon Saad-Falcon. Ossabaw Residents.

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ossabaw island

Ossabaw Island

By:

Bryan Knauff

&

Alex and Jon Saad-Falcon

ossabaw residents
Ossabaw Residents

On Ossabaw Island there are more than just people as the resident, and most of them have names. There are the donkeys, the two horses, Paul Mitchell (A black pig), the two dogs, Toady and Katie, the fiddler crabs, alligators, various species of birds, snakes, and the local flora and fauna. Then there are the regular human population. Seven. But when researchers like my group come down it goes up to around 27, give or take. The most common to see are the deer and wild boar.

This is a picture of one of our guides,

who caught a black racer snake (Coluber constrictor)

conclusion
Conclusion
  • I learned many things about Ossabaw Island. Some of them were:
  • That something in the wild may look boring, but may serve a very important purpose in the ecosystem and world.
  • We also learned about the residents and history of the Island milions of years ago.
  • Thank you for your invaluable time and money.