Carnival of the Blue #34

Carnival of the Blue #34 is up at Southern Fried Science, courtesy of David. In addition to my stomatopod strike post there are articles on sharks, fish, nudies, barnacles, and the terrifying phenomenon of GLOBAL DRAINING!

I observed global draining first hand this past weekend when I was collecting fossil shark teeth on the shore of the Chesapeake Bay. Though advantageous for fossil collection, the receding waters are a serious problem. We must act before our oceans are completely empty!

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