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  • On the Job: Mike Pingleton

    Reptile friendly Mike Pingleton, a computer operations manager for the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, uses his off-time for more down-to-earth pursuits - his interest in reptiles and amphibians. The amateur herpetologist has spent countless hours studying frogs, snakes and other such animals. He's volunteered for herpetology-centric research projects, written a book on red-foot tortoises and is finalizing a children's book about "cool snakes."  Click photo to enlarge

    Reptile friendly
    Mike Pingleton, a computer operations manager for the National Center for Supercomputing Applications, uses his off-time for more down-to-earth pursuits - his interest in reptiles and amphibians. The amateur herpetologist has spent countless hours studying frogs, snakes and other such animals. He's volunteered for herpetology-centric research projects, written a book on red-foot tortoises and is finalizing a children's book about "cool snakes." 

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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