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Tennessee —The Most Biodiverse Inland State - Photo Diary by Todd Amacker

370 FISHERIES | Vol. 43 • No. 8 • August 2018

Thanks to its cast array of distinctive habitats and its isolation from glaciers that permeated much of North America during the ice ages, Tennessee is the most biodiverse inland state in the entire country. The diversity of aquatic organisms is especially impressive (perhaps unrivaled in the Temperate World), a nod to the 19 river basins contains in the state's borders - Todd Amacker


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