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View of the aquifer-fed pool in Devils Hole that holds the world’s entire population of
Devils Hole pupfish about 17 meters below the land surface, Death Valley National Park, Nye
County, Nevada. Visitor observation deck can be seen at top center of figure. The water surface
is approximately 3 m in width and 20 m in length. For scale, two researchers are located in the
center of the figure. (Photo by John Wullschleger, National Park Service)

Contact information:
Kevin P. Wilson, Ph.D., Aquatic Ecologist, Death Valley National Park, 1321 S. Hwy 160 Suite
#1, Pahrump, NV 89048
Telephone: 775 537-0787 Ext. 207
Email: kevin_wilson@nps.gov

Daniel B. Gaines, Fish Biologist, Death Valley National Park, 1321 S. Hwy 160 Suite #1,
Pahrump, NV 89048.
Telephone: (775) 537-0787 ext. 209
Email: bailey_gaines@nps.gov

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