Dive bombing birds, octopus intelligence, and a red tide update: Thursday Afternoon Dredging, December 6, 2018

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LarvalBot gently squirts the coral larvae onto damaged reef areas. Credit: QUT Media

LarvalBot gently squirts the coral larvae onto damaged reef areas. Credit: QUT Media

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Photo: California Academy of Sciences

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There are approximately 30 vaquitas left in the world
Illustration: Mona Chalabi

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source.

WHOI

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Photo by Melissa Miller

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