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Researchers discover three deep-sea sharks glow in the dark

Shenzhen Daily 05 Mar 2021
Further study would be needed to confirm either hypothesis, the researchers wrote in a paper published in the Frontiers in Marine Science journal, as well as to understand just how the species’ bioluminescence functioned — and possible implications for prey-predation relationships.
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Yachting Monthly's new award in memory of late UTV reporter Brian Black

Belfast Telegraph 04 Mar 2021
Yachting Monthly said their Brian Black memorial award is aimed at 'celebrating sailing adventures which shed a fresh light on marine environmental issues through inspiring journalism' ... "Brian was passionate about the marine environment and was eloquent in his writing and filmmaking about the crises facing fragile Arctic ecosystems ... .
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Female gannets go the extra mile to feed chicks

Phys Dot Org 04 Mar 2021
Female gannets travel further than male gannets to find fish for their chicks in some years but not others, new research shows ... Some birds traveled 1,000km on a single trip ... Dr ... movements vary but isotopic differences remain stable, Marine Ecology Progress Series (2021). DOI. 10.3354/meps13636 Journal information. Marine Ecology Progress Series ... Citation.
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Scientists find three glow-in-the-dark sharks

Democratic Underground 04 Mar 2021
Now, they can add three more to their list. In a new study published in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science, researchers studying deep-sea sharks reveal that three species of sharks found off the coast of New Zealand exhibit the ability to glow in the dark waters where they live ... licha and two lanternsharks, E. lucifer and E ... .
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Sea butterflies already struggle in acidifying Southern Ocean

Phys Dot Org 04 Mar 2021
The open access paper is entitled "Effects of ocean acidification on calcification of the sub-Antarctic pteropod Limacina retroversa" and is published in the scientific journal Frontiers in Marine Science ... Pteropod Limacina retroversa, Frontiers in Marine Science (2021).
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Class B girls: Crete goes cold at 'an absolute horrible time' as Scottsbluff knocks off Cardinals

Lincoln Journal Star 03 Mar 2021
Lincoln Journal Star ... Lincoln Journal Star ... GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star ... GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star. Scottsbluff's Sabrina Harsh (23) pulls down a rebound past Crete's Marin Rasgorshek (31) during a Class B girls state basketball tournament first-round game Wednesday at Pinnacle Bank Arena. GWYNETH ROBERTS, Journal Star.
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Glow-in-the-dark shark species discovered off New Zealand coast

ITV 03 Mar 2021
The kitefin shark, blackbelly lanternshark and southern lanternshark were already known to marine biologists, but have now been found to be bioluminescent, or able to emit light ... Frontiers of Marine Science ... In the Frontiers in Marine Science journal, the researchers said further study is needed to confirm these theories ... .
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Large glowing sharks discovered lurking in New Zealand waters

TVNZ 03 Mar 2021
The bioluminescence of a kitefin shark. Source. Supplied ... Belgian marine biologist Jérôme Mallefet's research team joined the voyage in search of the glowing sharks ... Marine biologist Jérôme Mallefet Mallefet, Belgium holding a black shark ... Source. Supplied ... Source. Supplied ... The research was recently published in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science. .
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Glow-in-the-dark sharks found lurking hundreds of feet below sea near New Zealand

New York Post 03 Mar 2021
Originally Published by. ... Three new species of sharks have been found off the coast of New Zealand and they all glow in the dark ... Kitefin sharks are said to swim 984 feet below sea level ... The study was conducted by marine biologists from Belgium and New Zealand. It’s been published in the Frontiers in Marine Science journal ... They wrote ... .
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Quick-learning cuttlefish pass 'the marshmallow test'

Phys Dot Org 03 Mar 2021
The research was conducted at the Marine Biological Laboratory (MBL), Woods Hole, while lead author Alexandra Schnell of University of Cambridge, UK, was in residence there as a Grass Fellow ... Explore further ... More information ... rspb.royalsocietypublishing.or … .1098/rspb.2020.3161 Journal information ... Provided by Marine Biological Laboratory ... ....
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World’s largest glow-in-the-dark shark discovered in New Zealand waters

La Prensa Latina 03 Mar 2021
Jérôme Mallefet, lead author of the study published in the scientific journal Frontiers in Marine Sciences and who first confirmed the existence of bioluminescent sharks in New Zealand, said that the captured specimens produce a blue-green light that slowly brightens and darkens ... EFE-EPA. wat/tw Tags ....
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Nearly 2-Meter Glow-In-The-Dark Shark Is Largest Known Luminous Vertebrate Yet

IFL Science 03 Mar 2021
Published in the journal Frontiers in Marine Science, the three species identified include the kitefin shark (Dalatias licha), the blackbelly lanternshark (Etmopterus lucifer), and the southern lanternshark (Etmopterus granulosus) with all specimens coming from the Chatham Rise, off the coast of New Zealand ... Image credit. Jerome Mallefet et al 2021 ... .
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California Walnuts launches global marketing initiative with coordinated "Power of 3" events across the globe

Yahoo Daily News 03 Mar 2021
A study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (2020) looked at regular consumption of foods rich in marine or plant-based omega-3s and the risk of death among individuals who have suffered a heart attack.[4] In addition, research from one of the largest ...

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