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NATURE | Land of the Falling Lakes | Alien Creatures | PBS

Duration: 01:14

If ever the word "strange" were an appropriate moniker for one of nature's creatures, it is in the case of the olm -- a rare cave salamander that has no eyes or pigmentation.

Tune in to NATURE Sunday, Sept. 9th at 8 p.m. (ET) on PBS (check local listings) for an encore presentation of Land of the Falling Lakes.

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Post Date: November 21, 2006