Charles Dymock

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  • What's Wild | Carrion Beetle

    On the season finale of What's Wild we're checking out the American Carrion Beetle, one of the best bugs in the business when it comes to decomposition. We'll also be traveling to Clemson University, where entomologists are researching and identifying native insect species....
  • What's Wild | Squirrels

    This week on #WhatsWild we'll be studying some peculiar behaviors squirrel species 🐿 have and the nutty ways they benefit the environment. 🌰 To find North America's largest tree squirrel, we'll travel to one of South Carolina's remote barrier islands and see what one tour...
  • What's Wild | Carnivorous Plants

    This week on What's Wild we'll be taking a look at some native South Carolina plants with a big appetite! There are approximately thirty-one species of carnivorous plants throughout the state. Let's see what actions wildlife management is taking to help protect some of these...
  • What's Wild | Webster's Salamander

    In this week's episode of What's Wild we're heading west to discover one of South Carolina's rarest amphibians. Found only in a few isolated areas, the Webster's Salamander is considered an endangered species and plays a vital role within its ecosystem. Check out what...
  • What's Wild | Marshland Crabs

    This week on #WhatsWild we're staying on the coast and exploring one of South Carolina's most productive and serene environments, the saltwater marsh. This rich and diverse ecosystem, brimming with marine species, has a dynamic rhythm that beats to the ebb and flow of the...
  • What's Wild | Dolphins

    This week on #What'sWild we're traveling to one of South Carolina's barrier islands and observing rare feeding techniques of resident bottlenose dolphins 🐬. Also, we'll be taking a look at Charleston's Lowcountry Marine Mammal network, a non-profit organization and marine...