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Red Paper Lantern Jelly

Photo: Karen Osborn/Smithsonian Institution

Red Paper Lantern Jelly

Source: One Species at a Time/Ari Daniel - December 15, 2017

Vacuumed up from its habitat a mile down in the ocean, the red paper lantern jelly may not look like much. Mostly water, it’s so more…

Fresh Water Springs And The Ocean

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Fresh Water Springs And The Ocean

Source: World Ocean Radio/Peter Neill - December 14, 2017

This week on World Ocean Radio we talk about springs, those fresh water seeps that serve as an integral part of the earth's water system. more…

Loggerhead and Green Sea Turtles

Photo: Claire Fackler/CINMS/NOS/NOAA

Loggerhead and Green Sea Turtles

Source: One Species at a Time/Ari Daniel - December 13, 2017

Cyprus is split in half, with a Turkish sector in the north and a Greek sector in the south. The unofficial division makes scientific collaboration more…

Giant Ocean Pillbugs

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Giant Ocean Pillbugs

Source: NOAA NMFS/WeirdFins - December 12, 2017

Well, hi! Weird Gramma here, and this is “WeirdFins,” all about strange stuff in the sea, and brought to you by the National Oceanic and more…

Bluefin Tuna

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Bluefin Tuna

Source: COSEE Now/Ari Daniel - December 11, 2017

Ari Daniel created the podcast Ocean Gazing about ocean observing and exploration. In each episode, he considers the real-time swirl of creatures, chemicals, and currents of more…

Red Knot

Photo: Dick Daniels (CarolinaBirds.org)

Red Knot

Source: One Species at a Time/Ari Daniel - December 8, 2017

The red knot is a tiny shorebird that undertakes a mind-boggling migration from the tip of South America all the way to the Arctic Circle. more…

Sea Hares

Photo: Claire Fackler/CINMS/NOAA

Sea Hares

Source: NOAA NMFS/WeirdFins - December 7, 2017

Well, hi! Weird Gramma, here, and this is "WeirdFins," all about strange stuff in the sea, and brought to you by NOAA, the National Oceanic more…

Riftia Pachyptila (Vent Worms)

Riftia Pachyptila (Vent Worms)

Source: One Species at a Time/Ari Daniel - December 6, 2017

Host Ari Daniel dives deep to discover a white worm as tall as your refrigerator that breathes through bright red feathery “lips.” This isn’t a more…

Point Source Solutions For Solving Ocean Problems

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Point Source Solutions For Solving Ocean Problems

Source: World Ocean Radio/Peter Neill - December 5, 2017

In this episode of World Ocean Radio we ask who benefits from current solutions to ocean acidification, co2 emissions, and plastic pollution, and if there more…

Sea Butterflies (Pteropods)

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Sea Butterflies (Pteropods)

Source: One Species at a Time/Ari Daniel - December 4, 2017

In the ocean, a drama is playing out between two marine mollusks: sea butterflies--tiny swimming snails the size of a grain of sand (also known more…