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In case you didn’t notice, every month I like to share one of my favorite marine science conservation website or blogs. And, even though I just posted on The Daily Ocean I want to highlight the Save Our Seas Foundation. This is the organization (or ‘organisation’ since they are based in Switzerland) that produces the […]
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Thanks to the amazing video series called CritterCam produced by National Geographic we can take a sneak peak into the life of a bearded seal pup as he (or she) swims with their mother. The video is shot from the point of view of the seal so don’t expect any sounds other than what the […]
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Sharks really do have a sixth sense. It is the electrosensory organ that we spoke of with the hammerhead sharks. The electrosensory organ is called the ampullae of Lorenzini. Sounds intimidating, however, it’s really just a jelly filled canal that starts near the nose and helps them find food under the sand and figure out […]