Mad as a Marine Biologist
Life through the goggles of a Marine Biologist. Biology, ecology, natural history and Conservation.
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Terrified of Twitter? Social Media for Marine Conservation: How many times have you heard, or even...
Sea moth (Family Pegasidae) In honour of National Moth Week, I give you this cutie pie - spotted in Malapascua, Philippines.
Fisheries Law Enforcement Team formed in Daanbantayan: savephilippineseas: (Daanbantayan, Cebu—July...
rhamphotheca: First Live Observations of a Rarely Seen Deep Sea Anglerfish by Dana Lacono (August, 2012) With a bulbous body and spiky scales, a shaggy lure dangling from its head, and foot-like fins that it uses to “walk” along the seafloor, the deep-sea anglerfish Chaunacops coloratus looks like something out of a Dr. Seuss book. In a recent paper, MBARI researcher Lonny Lundsten and his coauthors describe the first observations of these rare fish in their natural, deep-sea […]
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