Mad as a Marine Biologist
Life through the goggles of a Marine Biologist. Biology, ecology, natural history and Conservation.
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rhamphotheca: Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) A satellite-tagged great white shark called Lydia is about to make history as the first of its species to be seen crossing from one side of the Atlantic to the other. Lydia was first tagged off Florida as part of the Ocearch scientific project. She is currently swimming above the mid-Atlantic ridge in the center of the Atlantic… Read about it on BBC News
rhamphotheca: Gallery of Gorgeous Marine Plankton The collection of images and videos was originally developed as an outreach effort of a multi-partner research project called Aquaparadox (from Hutchinson’s ‘Paradox of the Plankton”). In the project we examined morphological, genetic and physiological diversity in common coastal protist morpho-species, that is morphologically-defined species… (check it all out here: Encyclopedia of Life)
benkling: Doodlin’ today.
majortvjunkie: I LOVE GUACAMOLE
stopandsmellthedata: wildeaboutoscar: Phillip Island’s Penguin Foundation, a conservation group in Australia, are appealing for volunteers to knit little jumper for these little penguins who have been affected by oil spills or similar leaks from fishing boats. (x) CAN WE JUST APPRECIATE FOR A SECOND THAT SOMEONE TOOK THE TIME TO NOT ONLY KNIT A PENGUIN A JUMPER BUT ALSO MAKE IT A PENGUIN PUBLISHING BOOK COVER JUMPER (x) someone in the world has the job of finding penguins and […]
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