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Planet Earth

Life Under The Sea

The IntersectionBy Sheril KirshenbaumOctober 16, 2007 7:04 PM
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We've been hearing lots in the news about Aquarius - America's Innerspace Station, so I call this photo 'Friends in Low Places. It comes courtesy of my pals at the National Marine Sanctuaries Program. (You may remember these are the very same folks that hosted Capitol Hill Oceans Week in June). Check out my post at Correlations for details on Aquarius and more cool photos from NMSF and you'll understand why this research is yet another reason I love marine biology. For who knows what we'll discover as we continue to explore life under the sea...

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