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THE SCIENCE BEHIND: Animal Behavior at Virginia Zoo

I’LL I’LL GIVE I’LL GIVE YOU I’LL GIVE YOU ANOTHER I’LL GIVE YOU ANOTHER LOOK I’LL GIVE YOU ANOTHER LOOK AT I’LL GIVE YOU ANOTHER LOOK AT TRAFFIC I’LL GIVE YOU ANOTHER LOOK AT TRAFFIC COMING I’LL GIVE YOU ANOTHER LOOK AT TRAFFIC COMING UP I’LL GIVE YOU ANOTHER LOOK AT TRAFFIC COMING UP IN […]

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Conservation Days
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Conservation Days

((MIKE)) WHERE DOES FOOD COME FROM? THAT WAS ONE OF THE MANY QUESTIONS ANSWERED TODAY.. THROUGH A FUN LESSON FOR LOCAL STUDENTS. TODAY … 5TH GRADERS FRFROM THE VIGO COUNTY SCHOOL CORPORATION.. TOOK A FIELD TRIP TO THE WABASH VALLEY FAIRGROUNDS. THERE.. THEY LEARNED ABOUT CONSERVATION.. AND THE ENVIRONMENT. AGRICULTURE EXPERTS WERE THERE.. TO TEACH […]

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Facts: The Hagfish

Hagfish are primitive jawless marine fish. They are the only known animals with a skull, but no vertebral column. They contain a simple flexible rod called a notochord running the length of their body. Their skin is very loosely attached to their body and they can squeeze through openings that are less than half their […]

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Study Marine Biology at Geelong and Queenscliff

Research in marine biology is incredibly important because we are at a time where things are starting to change quite rapidly in terms of water quality, what we’re seeing in our coral reefs, extensive bleaching. We’re at that point now that if we don’t do something it’s going to become irreversible. I think that learning […]

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[Court-métrage] Le tombeau des épuisés
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[Court-métrage] Le tombeau des épuisés

There is a tale only sailors can tell. Because if we, land-farers, know the story of migratory birds, only seamen can share the details of their odyssey. The Tomb of the Exhausted. Twice a year, their paths are meant to cross. One takes the way of air, the other sea. They meet between sky and […]

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