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Shark Lady and Spock: In Memoriam

The discussion on the anniversary of the release of what might be my favorite album will have to wait for next week because this week’s post is dedicated to one of my earliest heroes of marine biology and to one of my greatest heroes of the big and small sci-fi screen. 1,200 more words

Accidental Whale Portraits And Soundtraps!

We have had some pretty good whale days over the last week. Alongside getting fin shots I have also once or twice lucked out and managed to get some beautiful whale shots as they have surfaced to breathe. 290 more words


The Shark Lady

On Wednesday, February 25, 2015, the incredible and ground breaking marine biologist, Eugenie Clark, passed away. When she was 9, she would spend as much time as she could in the New York Aquarium. 102 more words


Letter to Dr. E.O. Wilson

February 3, 2015

Dear Dr. Wilson
Recently, my high school biology class watched your documentary “Lord of the Ants.” My class has been learning and discussing biodiversity and the various ways life can be studied and classified. 379 more words


My Vet Trek

Hi everyone.

Have any of you wandered what you want to be when you’re older? Anyone phased out at all, wandering what you’d be good at? 497 more words

Vet Trek

nudging over a cliff ...

Stirring the pot, Bob Tisdale reports a cautious change at the University of Western Australia.

“Carlos Duarte, a marine biologist at the University of Western Australia in Perth, and his colleagues say that gloomy media reports about ocean issues such as invasive species and coral die-offs are not always based on actual observations.

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