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August Our 7th species collected, a Munchkin Skate

August research Blog!!

August research blog We have exciting news on the elasmobranch egg case project! After 7 months of surveying beaches we have finally collected a different egg case! Generally, we will collect egg cases from 6 different species: Dark Shyshark, Leopard Catshark, Puffadder Shyshark, Pyjama Shyshark, St Josephs Shark, and the Twineyed Skate. Finally, we can […]

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Protect the endangered manatees

The manatee is a large marine mammal with teeth, a thick grey and wrinkled skin, two flippers and a large flat tail. He is completely herbivorous, slow-moving and extremely gentle. We find him in shallow waters where sea grass growth is stimulated by sunlight- like estuaries, slow-moving rivers, saltwater bays, canals, coastal areas, etc. Despite […]

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