Cuttings (short and sweet):
- Follow Jessica Meeuwig, the Director of the UWA Centre for Marine Futures, on twitter.
- Check out #WowScienceFact, a science communication hashtag game that I started!
- Ocean tides could have driven ancient fish to walk. By Alexandra Witze, for Nature News.
Spoils (long reads and deep dives):
- Webs under water: the bizarre lives of intertidal spiders. By Bhanu Sridharan, for MongaBay
- A pioneering plan to boost fish stocks shows little success. By Clare Leschin-Hoar, for NPR
- To save the oceans now, museum maps the species of the past. By Jessica Leber, for OceansDeeply
- Seabirds eat plastic because it smells like fish to them. By Simon Worral, for National Geographic.
- Starfish can sea in the dark, and have other amazing abilities! By Colleen Suckling, for Scientific American
- Fish are moving, but can fishermen adapt to warmer waters? By Erin Priddle, for the Environmental Defense Fund blog.
- Shadowy criminals are prowling the seas, putting food supplies in danger. By Ted Kemp, for CNBC.
- Queen conch are dying in the Bahamas despite marine parks. By Maria Salazar, for MongaBay
- The cuttlefish, master of camouflage, unveils a new trick. By Veronique Greenwood, for the New York Times
Please add your own cuttings and spoils in the comments!
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