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Beluga whales in ocean image

LIKE HUMANS, BELUGA WHALES FORM SOCIAL NETWORKS BEYOND FAMILY TIES

A researcher from FAU's Harbor Branch and collaborators are the first to uncover the role kinship plays in complex groupings and relationships of beluga whales in 10 locations across the Arctic.

gold-colored soil ciliate

FIRST RECORDS OF 'FLAGSHIP' SOIL CILIATES IN NORTH AMERICA

Hunter Hines, Ph.D., discovered a population of the gold-colored soil ciliate Condylostomides etoschensis thriving in natural soils on Florida Atlantic University's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute campus.

Coral in the ocean

NEW STUDY FINDS CORALS GENETICALLY DISTINCT AT VARIED DEPTHS IN BELIZE 

Given the multitude of threats to coral reefs and steady declines of shallow coral cover observed over the past several decades, deeper reefs are proposed to be potential refuges for at-risk, shallow reefs, but new research shows that may not be the case for all coral colonies.



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