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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Lion's mane jellyfish are the largest jellyfish in the world! Pic by Tavish Campbell And if yo… https://t.co/PGuvuDBUAF 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Key results from two masters projects wrap up this week Thurs: Friday… https://t.co/7FfNBFDNyX 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Multiple species of spiny red sea stars live in all of the 🌎's oceans. Or so we thought... When scientists looked… https://t.co/XwgybigHn0 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Note that the current Seaweed Sorter app version is only for the Pacific coast from… https://t.co/eyOAeavp8X 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Could you identify all the different seaweeds in this photo? Not many people could. Until now! 's new p… https://t.co/FVzzUgqSH2 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : A squid's skin is like a living LCD screen: pulsing pockets of pigment stretch and crumple from the push and pull o… https://t.co/UnnFPNCPXh 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Cabezons have resting grump faces. Appropriately, this hefty sculpin's name means "large head" in Spanish.… https://t.co/hz2zxBWQZI 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Corals aren't confined to the tropics. Unlike its more famous reef-building cousins, this solitary orange cup cora… https://t.co/dTvabT2grD 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow “Working with dichotomous keys is frustrating. You get to a Q where you have to answer Y/N to move on. But you get… https://t.co/0Wk72KwXtb 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow RT : Good story about the importance of Coastal Guardian Watchmen, as they watch over their lands and waters in the… https://t.co/fS5zeB4BFQ 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Strong contender for Canada's most photogenic fish—the wolf eel. https://t.co/DmZJIBUyRb 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow The Future of Field Guides https://t.co/41AQTNG2GP https://t.co/wNHCsxuH0U 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
Hakai Institute @HakaiInstitute Follow Underwater science ballet...almost. https://t.co/rw7Aiaqgtg 2 months 2 weeks ago Reply Retweet Favorite
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