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Under the Dock: Red Tubeworm
December 15, 2016 by Grant Callegari, Josh Silberg
Our docks are covered with colorful red, white, and yellow tree-like creatures. All of a sudden—whoosh!—they’ve all retreated back into their swirled homes. These tubeworms are the fantastic beast featured in this episode of Under the Dock.
Sandhill Crane | Hakai Wild
December 05, 2016 by Grant Callegari, Josh Silberg
You can hear their bugles echo from far away as they fly high above the Great Bear Rainforest. Honking, dancing sandhill cranes are the subject of this episode of Hakai Wild.
Under the Dock: Rockfish
November 24, 2016 by Grant Callegari, Josh Silberg
Quillback, chilipepper, vermillion, thornyhead. These aren’t imaginary dragons—they’re rockfish! In this one-minute Under the Dock video, dive under the sea to get up close and personal with these fantastical fish.
Under the Dock: Opalescent Nudibranch
October 31, 2016 by Grant Callegari, Josh Silberg
Have you ever wondered why nudibranchs come in a rainbow of colors? In this one-minute Under the Dock video, Hakai takes a closer look at one of the flashiest and most formidable sea slugs around.
Under the Dock: Sunflower Sea Star
October 11, 2016 by Grant Callegari, Josh Silberg
The star of this episode of Under the Dock is one of the most fearsome predators on the British Columbia coast. Sunflower sea stars can grow to a diameter of one meter, and have a voracious appetite for all sorts of animals on the rocky reef. Find out more about these multi-armed marvels.

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