February 2003: Sanctuary's photographers and writers are not merely our skeletal framework, they are our lifeblood. Dr. Anish Andheria has helped shape this magazine over the past decade, often subsuming his own work to showcase that of others. On these pages he shares a smidgeon from his collection, while proffering practical advice on how you could come back with images that are just that much better.
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Caecilians lack limbs and this makes smaller specimens look like worms, though they are actually amphibians that can grow to lengths of up to 1.5 m., when they are often mistaken for snakes. Living largely underground, they are among the least studied of all amphibians. By coiling around her eggs, this caecilian mother is able to monitor humidity, pH levels and temperature and may even choose to relocate the clutch to avoid desiccation.