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We made a lot of spineless friends recently. Well, the invertebrate kind! In Palau it was amazing to dive with huge animals, like mantas, but also look closely and see so many little things. It seemed like every ecological niche on the reef was filled with shrimp and nudibranchs and more!
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Ocean First Institute6 days ago
The fossil of a huge freshwater turtle has been found and put this giant around the size of a car!
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Ocean First Institute1 week ago
We have a thing for octopus! They are smart and inquisitive and we befriended many on our dives in Palau. Did you know octopus have 3 hearts and blue blood? Yes! And, scientists recently found that octopus skin contains the same light-sensitive proteins present in octopus eyes, meaning an octopus’s skin can sense and respond to light without information from the eyes or brain.
Ocean First Institute
2 days ago
We made a lot of spineless friends recently. Well, the invertebrate kind! In Palau it was amazing to dive with huge animals, like mantas, but also look closely and see so many little things. It seemed like every ecological niche on the reef was filled with shrimps and nudibranchs https://t.co/C7t4jPNjBN
1 week ago
Our team was able to measure Blacktip, Whitetip, and Grey reef sharks in Yap and Palau with our twin lasers. On one of the dives the current was so strong we had to use hooks to anchor in and fly like kites off the reef wall. Awesome! https://t.co/TGpXxxKGKB
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Mikki doing the Disco Clam Dance in Palau as her group finds one flashing in a cave! https://t.co/VocyTdHOU0

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Learning about our connection to the ocean is key to creating a brighter tomorrow. Education is the cornerstone to changing our behaviors and protecting our ocean. We are impactful in our virtual expeditions, in-school outreach programs and our online courses with core partner Ocean First Education.

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We directly support conservation by conducting research on imperiled wildlife and ecosystems. You can accompany us on our research expeditions and learn how to become a true ocean ambassador.