Posts Tagged ‘rays’

Mantas on the Raydar

Monday, August 4th, 2014
manta rays, rays, sonar, palmyra, lagoons, stanford, doug mccauley

Studying manta rays with high-tech equipment could help protect them.

Diving Devil Rays

Tuesday, July 1st, 2014
rays, devil rays, chilean devil rays, azores, woods hole, diving, retia mirabilia, deep scattering layers

Chilean devil rays dive at great depths for a tasty meal.

Shark Trouble

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014
sharks, skates, rays, cartilaginous, fish, Dave Ebert, endangered, extinction, threatened, IUCN

A new study says sharks and rays are in trouble globally.

The Slow-Evolving Elephant Shark

Monday, January 13th, 2014
elephant, shark, genome, cartilage, cartilaginous, bones, immunity, rays

These cartilaginous fish have changed little in 400 million years.

Neutrinos on Ice!

Tuesday, November 26th, 2013
icecube, antarctica, ice, neutrinos, black holes, supernova, cosmic rays, gamma, rays, galaxy, solar system

Scientists see evidence of events outside of our solar system in Antarctic ice.

Spotted Eagle Ray Update

Monday, July 22nd, 2013
spotted eagle rays, rays, sarasota, mote, anna sellas, kim bassos-hull, tagging, satellites, gulf of mexico, oil spill, genetics, population, citizen science

An update to the collaborative research on these charasmatic creatures…

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