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Thursday Afternoon Dredging

Thursday Afternoon Dredging: December 22nd, 2016

Thursday Afternoon DredgingDecember 22, 20160

Cuttings (short and sweet): Watch this hammerhead shark hunt and catch a stingray, from “Hunting the Hammerhead” on the Smithsonian Channel Follow Dr. Mariana Fuentes @Fuentes_MMPB, a Florida State University marine megafauna researcher, on twitter! Follow her for updates from her research, which involves sharks and sea turtles. Check out my interview on the Speak up […]

Thursday Afternoon Dredging: December 8th, 2016

Thursday Afternoon DredgingDecember 8, 2016

Cuttings (short and sweet): Rays chew. Who knew? From this paper by Kolmann and friends Follow Dr. Leanne [email protected], a postdoc working on the Global FinPrint project, on twitter! Follow her for great videos of sharks and other marine life approaching baited underwater video stations around the world. Our friends at the Fisheries Blog surveyed […]

Thursday Afternoon Dredging: December 1, 2016

Thursday Afternoon DredgingDecember 1, 2016

Cuttings (short and sweet):  How a sawfish uses its saw, from this paper by Wueringer and friends. Follow Kim [email protected] , a spotted eagle ray researcher at Mote Marine Laboratory, on twitter! Follow her for news (and awesome pictures) of her spotted study subjects. A call for more scientists and engineers to run for public office (by Sheril […]

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