The touchtank hosted by the Invertebrate Zoology Lab is an opportunity to learn about the different animals out in the ocean. From seastars and sea cucumbers to anemones and crabs, you can get up close and personal with these critters in order to learn about our ocean neighbors. Learn some amazing facts, like how seastars can break an arm off and regrow it. How neat would it be if humans could do the same!
- Welcome! Drop-in to the "real-life tales" of graduate students at the Moss Landing Marine Laboratories in California, and find out what being a marine biologist (or chemist or geologist or physicist...) is all about! Questions or comments? We'd love to hear from you: firstname.lastname@example.org
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