Causal relationships can be fiendishly tricky. Spend an hour watching any of Star Trek Voyager’s time travel episodes and you begin to understand why the…View More For Want Of A Shark…
What’s the difference between a collection of Osedax “Zombie worms” and the 112th United States Congress? One is a population of spineless, sedentary, opportunistic life…View More When Far-Sighted Vision Meets Near-Sighted Politics or Zombie Worms For Congress!
“Bula!” (That’s Fijian for “Yo, wassup!“) Following a successful premier this past Monday in the Fiji capital of Suva, I’m proud to bring you the…View More Shark Hope
With apologies to Karen James. (Pretty much goes for Paleontologists, too… Sorry Laelaps.) I kid! I’m a kidder!View More Face The Truthiness
Apologies if I lost any of you post-Gen X readers with that Muppet Show homage title. But this space + ocean news is a clearcut…View More SALT FROM SPAAAAACE!
A friend of CORAL, Dr Steve Cohen, passed along this great footage he captured of some randy cuttlefish on the reefs at the Wakatobi Dive…View More Your Friday Cuttlefish
By now you’ve no doubt noticed that international shark protections (well, at least legislative shark protections) are beginning to pile-up. It can be truly said…View More Fijians Hope Lives in “Shark Hope”
After reading a recent paper in the journal Coral Reefs on the ability of Harlequin filefish (Oxymonacanthus longirostris) to masquerade as branching stony coral (abstract…View More Invertebrate Wannabe
By now, you’ve probably seen coverage of the news from July 24 by MSNBC, and documented first-hand by my colleague John Bruno over at SeaMonster…View More Contextualize Your Outrage
Here we go again. Follow the link (or click image below) for special report by KTVU TV, Oakland, CA. For the full online chatter on…View More Shark Researcher Seeks New Permit For Controversial Tagging Procedure
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