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Marine biology

by MBARI
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    Four new species of carnivorous sponges: Adapting to life in the deep sea

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    The harp sponge: an extraordinary new species of carnivorous sponge

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    Eerie critters from the deep sea: PREDATORS AND SCAVENGERS

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    What the vampire squid really eats

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    The Vampire Squid - an ancient species faces new dangers in the deep

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    Vampyroteuthis infernalis - The Vampire Squid

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    Macropinna microstoma: A deep-sea fish with a transparent head and tubular eyes

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    Fishing in the deep: observations of a deep-sea anglerfish

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    The scyphomedusa Deepstaria

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    Challenges of the Deep

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    Eerie critters from the deep sea: BIG TEETH

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    There's no such thing as a jellyfish

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    A deep-sea valentine

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    Feast in the deep

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    Boneworms on dead whales in Monterey Bay

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    Time-lapse photography of deep-sea animals

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    Pacific Black Ghost Ratfish (Chimaera)

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    Davidson Seamount: The Biology of an Underwater Mountain

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    Hide and Seek in the Deep

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    Do the locomotion in the deep!

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    Climate Variation, Food Availability, and Deep-Sea Ecosystems

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    Magnapinna sp. - The Long-armed Squid

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    Anthology of Deep Sea Squids

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    Ghostly critters from the deep sea: CIRRATE OCTOPUS

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    Humbolt Squid hunting fish in Monterey Bay

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    New species of deep-sea coral - Gersemia juliepackardae

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    An Easter treat from MBARI

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    Coral-devouring sea stars

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    Deep-sea Enteropneust

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    Grimalditeuthis bonplandi: A deep-sea squid with tentacle tips that "swim" on their own

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    Eerie critters of the deep: SPOOKY EYES Spanish version

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    The law of beak and claw