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Free Manicures at the Museum (from a Skunk Cleaner Shrimp)

Shrimp manicure – those two words might not seem like they go together. But today we are enjoying some “shrimp manicures” courtesy of our new skunk cleaner shrimp. This is one of just a few species of shrimp that will … Continue reading

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ROVs: Hold the Remote, Be the Operator, Control the Vehicle

What better way to honor the Museum’s S101 submarine exhibit (running from July 28 – August 12 thanks to the OceanGate Foundation), than to have visitors design and operate their own underwater remotely-operated vehicles? ROVs represent a vital aspect of understanding our … Continue reading

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Do the Stingray Shuffle

Field trips don’t normally include seeing an unidentified sea creature squirt purple ink on someone’s hand. Students participating in the Digital Wave Summer Academy who went on a field trip to the Marjory Stoneman Douglas Biscayne Nature on Key Biscayne … Continue reading

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