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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Meet Astrotorhynchus hakaiensis—a newly described "Hakai" flatworm found during our bioblitz! This poppyseed-sized… https://t.co/hcOaWmMOXz 3 weeks 18 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : A massive passenger ferry in Alaska and British Columbia is helping scientists track the complex process of ocean a… https://t.co/psp484Qg0c 3 weeks 20 hours ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : The importance of behaviour in ecological interactions; I've been thinking about this for my urchin work and today'… https://t.co/H53XAYWzAa 3 weeks 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow After it's done this may be 1st ever knitted micro-flatworm Niels says: "A. hakaiensis is a yellow… https://t.co/vWbEp3eoPY 3 weeks 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow A massive passenger ferry in Alaska and British Columbia is helping scientists track the complex process of ocean a… https://t.co/psp484Qg0c 3 weeks 1 day ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Micro-Flatworm Surprise https://t.co/wo69AixVdF via @ 3 weeks 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Scientists caused Bif to have an identity crisis. On the bright side, he gained 3 new close family members!… https://t.co/z9aSqFyHpn 3 weeks 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Knitted Bifs would be incredible! The purple racing stripes on the A. hakaiensis are an added challenge ;) 3 weeks 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Short film about in Washington Incredible aerial footage from the Snohomish Estuary… https://t.co/adGWnk5Y0I 3 weeks 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow What has 2 purple racing stripes and a unique corkscrew needle penis? A newly discovered "Hakai" flatworm! And tha… https://t.co/RC3R0NmVtY 3 weeks 2 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Nice work ! Cover photo of a snail-eating carabid beetle from the BC Central Coast! https://t.co/4X5c5606xF 3 weeks 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : : The return of sea otters will change the lives of coastal people, not least by changing marine resource… https://t.co/2Ga9VeNyIk 3 weeks 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Erin Slade combines cool contemporary data (mussel surveys) and archaeological data (from shell middens - ie. eaten… https://t.co/3hkl0vBGM7 3 weeks 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Seaweed for the win! Islands with more wrack tend to have more bird species on them. More exciting results to come… https://t.co/lgu2KwXYFN 3 weeks 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : finds that bird species richness is higher than expected on BC islands, thanks to nutrients… https://t.co/RVmIOkibWQ 3 weeks 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : tries to disentangle how nutrient subsidies from the ocean (e.g. kelp wrack) affect birds. There are… https://t.co/Nymaucbjo1 3 weeks 4 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : A fantastic MSc defense: scholar Owen Fitzpatrick successfully defended his is… https://t.co/hMbzXqTjJF 3 weeks 5 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : John Clague gives perspective on tsunami risk in BC https://t.co/YNBeoUrWuB 3 weeks 5 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow British Columbia has leopard...sea slugs. https://t.co/rIWC6cNrHb 3 weeks 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Paddling a science canoe https://t.co/2gntqlPxUR https://t.co/nnlcePBCWe 3 weeks 6 days ago Reply Retweet Favorite

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