My real job, LOL, and then the holidays intervened for a while. Am back to work on Temperate South America. It is a bit bigger project than the others: (1) an aquarium with 15 marine ecoregions plus two dozen sea/shore bird species and the Marine Otter; (2) terrestrial exhibits that involve 7 wide ranging (across multiple ecoregions) birds of prey and 4 wide ranging mammalian predators; and (3) eight terrestrial ecoregions, with approximately two dozen different habitats, displaying about 475 additional species of birds, mammals, reptiles and amphibians. It's not quite as huge as it sounds, since over 100 of those species are Passerine birds, about another 100 are small lizards endemic to the area, most a group known as Liolaemids, often called "tree iguanas" in English (but that's a misleading name), almost 60 are rodents (most small, such as mice, rats and tuco-tucos, but a few large), and about 50 are species of frogs and toads. It's been a challenge finding out the information I'd like to have for each species to design appropriate exhibits since I can't read Spanish and many of the lizard and rodent species have very little information about them available in English beyond their name and a brief description of their physical appearance and habitat.