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World’s only giant squid pulls off greatest prank in history

deep sea, marine science, Natural Science, ScienceApril 1, 2013

There is only one giant squid, her name is Ducky, and she’s orchestrated the greatest prank in history. No, I don’t mean that there’s only one species of giant squid, ¬†Architeuthis dux, as was recently revealed by marine science rising star Inger Winkelmann, although it’s true. I mean that there is only one individual Archituethis […]

This Week in the Deep

deep sea, marine science, Natural Science, Science, This Week in the DeepJanuary 12, 2013

New and noteworthy publications in deep-sea science for the week of January 7, 2013. Deep Sea Research Part 1: Oceanographic Research Papers:¬†Discovery of a new hydrothermal vent based on an underwater, high-resolution geophysical survey   A new hydrothermal vent site in the Southern Mariana Trough has been discovered using acoustic and magnetic surveys conducted by […]

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