Tag: sturgeon

  • Sturgeon Marveling

    Today, I’m continuing to muse and to marvel about sturgeon. I want to use a dead sturgeon to address the question I posed in my last column:  “How is it possible for veterinarians to have a working knowledge of so many animals—an estimated 60,000 species of animals within the 5 groups with backbones?” While I’d […]

  • Veterinary medicine and sturgeons

    Today, I’m musing about musing, about veterinary medicine, and about sturgeon. To muse: “… to become absorbed in thought; especially to turn something over in the mind meditatively and often inconclusively.” We expect a veterinarian to have a working knowledge of all animals. All animals?  Think about it.  There are an estimated 60,000 species of […]