Echinoderms are one of the most highly derived groups of animals with many species as significant components of several marine communities. They’re classified by…View More Veins of Water: The Evolution of the Echinoderm Water-Vascular System
Hat tip to Climate Adaption, a wonderful source fo climate change related news and thoughts on Tumblr.View More James Hansen: Why I Must Speak Out About Climate Change
Hermit Crab Changes Shell & Hermit in a Bottle “After having looked for years, we finally saw a hermit crab in the act of switching…View More Finding The Perfect Home That Just Screams YOU!
The Story of Sushi from Bamboo Sushi on Vimeo. Hat tip to Gizmodo.View More The Story of Sushi
Magical things can happen when you enthusiastically open your mouth on the internet. One of these magical things is learning how personal experience shapes people’s…View More #IamScience: Embracing Personal Experience on Our Rise Through Science
“There actually sticking their penises in each othr quite randomly.” Invertebrate reproduction or one crazy night in Vegas?? You decide! Hat tip to @echinoblog.View More TGIF – Flatworm Fu… er… Mating.
Last thursday I was a guest on Dr. Kiki’s Science Hour talking about communicating biodiversity (interview starts at 8 minutes in). It was response to…View More The Biodiverse Universe
So, Fox News pundit Bill O’Reilly was apparently baffled about the science behind tides, using it as an ammo when talking to an atheist leader…View More Tides, How DO They $%!&in’ Work?!?
Apparently the google plus video embedder is broken, but you can watch it on their Google Plus page here. Video by Nori Sakamato on G+.…View More Okinawa Ribbon Eel!
We agree! Love this video and artwork from a nudi fan!View More TGIF – In Short, Nudibranchs Are AWESOME!
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