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3 sharks that were on twitter before being a shark on twitter was cool

marine science, Natural Science, Science, sharksJanuary 3, 2014

Recent plans in Western Australia to place acoustic tags in sharks and have them tweet their location when they approach a beach have resulted in a sharknado of media coverage. The plan has been covered by internet technology news giant Mashable, Fox News, NPR news, Popular Science, and NBC news (which, with “sharks with frickin’ tweets,” […]

Just enough about “Certainly More Than You Want to Know About The Fishes of The Pacific Coast” to pique your curiosity

History of Science, marine science, Natural Science, ScienceOctober 14, 2011

There is a website floating around the interwebs entitled “So you want to be a marine biologist?” that most future marine biologists who came of age in the early 21st century have encountered. The sage page of advice is followed up with “So you want to be a marine biologist, the revenge“. Reading through these […]

Shark News Roundup: the ecology of fear, curious whale sharks, and saving the manta rays

Conservation, ecology, marine science, Natural Science, Science, sharksNovember 16, 2010

The shark blog-o-sphere has been busy lately. Here are some of the headlines from the world of shark science and conservation. Chuck from Ya Like Dags has a fantastic post explaining the ecology of fear and how it relates to sharks. As it turns out, predators can have a major impact on an ecosystem just […]

Great Migrations of the Ocean

biology, ecology, marine science, Natural Science, Popular Culture, Science, sharksNovember 3, 2010

National Geographic’s Great Migrations, a seven part series which premieres November 7th, calls itself a collection of “the most moving stories on Earth”. It focuses on some amazing animals from around the world and the incredible journeys they take to survive. This series was a massive undertaking, with the National Geographic crew spending 2 years […]

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