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Haiku of the Week: Invasives

By Michelle Marraffini Invasive species Marinas can be their home Natives hold the key

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Haiku of the Week: Molecular Confusion

By James Knuckey Skates off our coast Genetic Material What is going on?

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Haiku of the Week: Rhinoceros Aucklets

By Ryan Carle Night bird in the fog Diving in inky blackness Will her chick survive  

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Haiku of the Week: Sea Otters

By Emily Golson sea otter movement can be predicted using random walk models

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Haiku of the Week: Humpback Whales

By Angela Szesciorka Tracking humpback whales In South East Madagascar To see where they go

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Haiku of the Week: Tagging Leopards

By Andrea Launer Slough murky water Stripes make sharks swim faster Where are they going?

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Haiku of the Week: Rhinoceros Auklet Genetic Structure in the Pacific

By Marilyn Cruickshank Rhino birds fly home Genes map bird group histories Separate species?

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