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The Seattle Times
Community calendar: festivals, fairs and moreExperience, 719 S. King St., Seattle; free (206-623-5124 or wingluke.org).Fanta
Community calendar: festivals, fairs and more
The Seattle Times / Posted 8 days ago
Experience, 719 S. King St., Seattle; free (206-623-5124 or wingluke.org).Fantastic Fishes SAT Dive into the Burke’s ichthyology collections, see hundreds of fish specimens, board a research vessel, tour the fish collections, craft... Read more
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WA Today
One creature's secret to long life? No sex until 150study, published on Friday in Science, also estimates sexual maturity at about
One creature's secret to long life? No sex until 150
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
study, published on Friday in Science, also estimates sexual maturity at about 150 years. "Wow!" said Mark McGrouther, ichthyology manager at the Australian Museum, when hearing about the study. "We've known that this species is long-lived, but... Read more
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Canberra Times
One creature's secret to long life? No sex until 150study, published on Friday in Science, also estimates sexual maturity at about
One creature's secret to long life? No sex until 150
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
study, published on Friday in Science, also estimates sexual maturity at about 150 years. "Wow!" said Mark McGrouther, ichthyology manager at the Australian Museum, when hearing about the study. "We've known that this species is long-lived, but... Read more
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Brisbane Times
One creature's secret to long life? No sex until 150study, published on Friday in Science, also estimates sexual maturity at about
One creature's secret to long life? No sex until 150
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
study, published on Friday in Science, also estimates sexual maturity at about 150 years. "Wow!" said Mark McGrouther, ichthyology manager at the Australian Museum, when hearing about the study. "We've known that this species is long-lived, but... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
One creature's secret to long life? No sex until 150study, published on Friday in Science, also estimates sexual maturity at about
One creature's secret to long life? No sex until 150
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
study, published on Friday in Science, also estimates sexual maturity at about 150 years. "Wow!" said Mark McGrouther, ichthyology manager at the Australian Museum, when hearing about the study. "We've known that this species is long-lived, but... Read more
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The Columbian
Camera to study glowing sharksto see by members of the same species,” John Sparks, a curator in the American
Camera to study glowing sharks
The Columbian / Posted 22 days ago
to see by members of the same species,” John Sparks, a curator in the American Museum of Natural History’s Department of Ichthyology and a co-author on the paper, said. “This is one of the first papers on biofluorescence to show a connection... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Strange things that have washed up along the South CoastJohn Chapman asked him for help identifying a fish. Mr Cotterill gave the odd-
Strange things that have washed up along the South Coast
Kiama Independent / Posted 1 months ago
John Chapman asked him for help identifying a fish. Mr Cotterill gave the odd-looking fish to the Australian Museum’s ichthyology collection manager Mark McGrouther. This was after staff from Taronga Zoo failed to identify it from a picture.... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Strange things that have washed up along the South CoastJohn Chapman asked him for help identifying a fish. Mr Cotterill gave the odd-
Strange things that have washed up along the South Coast
Kiama Independent / Posted 1 months ago
John Chapman asked him for help identifying a fish. Mr Cotterill gave the odd-looking fish to the Australian Museum’s ichthyology collection manager Mark McGrouther. This was after staff from Taronga Zoo failed to identify it from a picture.... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Strange things that have washed up along the South CoastJohn Chapman asked him for help identifying a fish. Mr Cotterill gave the odd-
Strange things that have washed up along the South Coast
Kiama Independent / Posted 1 months ago
John Chapman asked him for help identifying a fish. Mr Cotterill gave the odd-looking fish to the Australian Museum’s ichthyology collection manager Mark McGrouther. This was after staff from Taronga Zoo failed to identify it from a picture.... Read more
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