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Corals Are Hunters. Who Knew?

You probably know by now—especially if you’ve been following Mother of Corals for a while—that coral polyps are animals, not plants or minerals. But did you know that they are

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Ask a Scientist Series Q4 2022

  In our quarterly series, we ask different scientists the same 5 questions. Join us as we see the world from a scientist’s eyes! Introducing: Bobbie Renfro Our 5 questions

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Ask a Scientist Series Q3 2022

  In our quarterly series, we ask different scientists the same 5 questions. Join us as we see the world from a scientist’s eyes! Introducing: Cathy Christopher Our 5 questions

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Voluntourism

Give back to the ocean on your next vacation! As avid divers and snorkelers, the ocean holds a special place in our hearts. It is where we choose to spend

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Ask a Scientist Series Q2 2022

  In our quarterly series, we ask different scientists the same 5 questions. Join us as we see the world from a scientist’s eyes! Introducing: Dr. Rosannette Quesada Hidalgo Our

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Crown-of-Thorns Are Not All Bad

If you have ever seen a crown-of-thorns sea star on a dive, it probably left an impression. The multi-legged invertebrate is covered in large spikes, something straight out of the

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Ask a Scientist Series Q1 2022

In our quarterly series, we ask different scientists the same 5 questions. Join us as we see the world from a scientist’s eyes! Introducing: Carolyn Kovacs, M.S. Our 5 questions

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Sustainable Living in a Modern World

Being a scuba diver has influenced me from a carbon footprint perspective and impacted the decisions I make from a land-locked state (Colorado). I remember many years ago taking my

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Learning from the Ocean’s Designers

When you think about it, evolution does a pretty incredible job of finding more efficient ways to enable the survival of a species, especially considering it isn’t a conscious or

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