In honour of a current visit to the ancestral homeland (Australia), I thought I’d share some fish species Aussies (from the southern states at least)…View More Some Aussie fish I have known
For the lay science enthusiast and the scientist interested in fields other than their own alike, there are few better perspectives you could get on…View More Book Review: Open Laboratory 2010
There’s a lot of press happening right now about an “unusual mortality event” underway in the northern Gulf of Mexico involving dead dolphins, particularly young…View More Cold hard data vs warm baby dolphins
I want one of these for Christmas or sooner. If some of you all could make that happen for me, that would be super. Just…View More I’m on a (solar-powered) boat!
A couple of weeks back I did a radio interview for Georgia Tech’s public station WREK 91.1. With permission from the hosts of Inside the…View More Science in a fishbowl
Stingrays always look so awesome on x-rays. Look at this beauty in a new New Scientist article about a new Zootaxa article on a new…View More Speaking of new genera
Hi, my name’s Al and I’m a parasitologist (Hi Al!) #AA I’ve just read a most remarkable paper by my PhD advisor, Dr. Tom Cribb…View More Its the end of the worm as we know it
This video of sea lions singing about great white sharks made me smile. It’s to promote an upcoming kids educational video from Sisbro and SaveOurSeas.…View More The Greeeeeaaaaaat Whiiiiiiite Shark!
Hi there DSN readers, nice to meet ya. I want to introduce you to a friend of mine. He’s a little on the big side,…View More What’s black and white and studied all over?
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