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Crazy over coral. Passionate about polyps. Eliot Barford tells us why Darwin was right to call coral reefs the ‘oases of the ocean’. Read more
Do giant clams really eat people? (Spoiler: No) … Read more
Last week I introduced the nudibranchs, a group of beautiful and surprising sea slugs. In this post, I’ll be talking about how nudibranchs steal weapons from their prey and use … Read more
On land, “slug” means slow, slimy, green and fond of cabbage, but it doesn’t have to be that way. From today, “slug” should make you think of beauty, carnivorous appetites … Read more
Hello all and welcome to the inauguration of Sea Snacks, my blog about marine biology and the science of the seas! I’m starting with what will, unless I forget, become … Read more
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