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Amazing Scuba Diving Spider

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The diving bell spider or water spider (Argyroneta aquatica)  is the only known species of spider that spends almost all its life underwater, including resting, catching and eating prey, mating, egg laying, and overwintering. It only briefly surfaces to replenish its oxygen supply and occasionally will bring prey to the surface. Read more

August 4, 2019 |

NOAA-FUNDED EXPEDITION CAPTURES RARE FOOTAGE OF GIANT SQUID IN THE GULF OF MEXICO

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This Is The Second Time A Giant Squid Has Been Captured On Camera In Its Deepwater Habitat

It’s what every marine scientist hopes for when they journey into the ocean’s depths. So when Nathan Robinson, one of the scientists on a NOAA-funded expedition to the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico, saw that first glimpse of a tentacle rise out of the inky black of his computer screen, he was captivated. Read more

June 24, 2019 |

Interesting Facts About Shrimp

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Among the bounty of creatures living in the world’s oceans, shrimp are perhaps the most widely known marine crustaceaShrimp exist in a dazzling array of shapes, sizes, and colors. They comprise 2,000 species and are found in deep ocean waters, shallow tidal waters, and freshwater, in every region of every continent but Antarctica.  They are tiny, intriguing creatures living on the bottom of the oceans and play a vital role in maintaining the ecological balance of the sea. Read more

June 16, 2019 |

Wandering whale sharks travel 10,000 miles

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Whale sharks are known to be nomadic ocean wanderers. But the extent of their travels had not been recorded until a recent study involving the Guy Harvey Research Institute.

Two male whale sharks, named Milo and Lucho by researchers, were tagged in Mexico and tracked over eight months as they completed journeys totalling more than 10,000 miles across the Atlantic before returning to the same spot. Read more

April 23, 2019 |

Weedy Sea Dragon

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Weedy sea dragons is a marine fish related to the seahorse, are some of the best-camouflaged creatures on the planet. It can blend in very well to the surroundings. Weedy sea dragons are named for the weed-like growth on their bodies. This camouflage hides them as they move among the seaweed beds where they live. Read more

April 17, 2019 |
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