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It’s not a duck, it’s a clam! A geoduck clam, to be exact. that geoduck are some of the longest living clams in the world with some reaching an age of almost 170 years!
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Looking for an exciting career? Protect our fisheries and make a difference.
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Fisheries and Oceans 7h
‘s Dr. Chelsea Rochman is one of four researchers we’re funding to study the effects of microplastics on our fish, mammals and other aquatic species. See the full list of recipients:
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Museum of Nature Feb 19
With 32 species, Zoarcids or are the most diverse family. Most are very difficult to tell apart. Learn more Tuesday 7 p.m at book launch of Marine Fishes of Arctic Canada.
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Environment Canada Feb 20
Got a project idea that will help protect and their habitat in Upper Saint John River Basin, ? Check out the Damages Fund.
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Fisheries and Oceans Feb 20
Welcome aboard! ’s Coastal Ocean Research Institute (CORI) is our 1st official partner working out of our new Pacific Science Enterprise Centre!
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Fisheries and Oceans Feb 20
Lake Sturgeon can live to be how old?! Over 100 years! 😯 Find out more on one of Canada’s largest freshwater fish and see what’s being done to protect it:
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Fisheries and Oceans Feb 19
We’re providing $2.7M to Canadian researchers to better understand the effects of contaminants on fish, mammals and other aquatic species
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Fisheries and Oceans Feb 19
Proud to join forces with on a $1.3M partnership to research microplastics in the
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Fisheries and Oceans Feb 19
How did the mollusc get into college? On a scallopship!
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Fisheries and Oceans Feb 17
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Fisheries and Oceans Feb 17
We’re not messing, a group of is called a blessing. If we hadn’t told you, would you still be guessing?
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DFO Pacific Feb 16
Identifying contaminants in ’s waters with ’s Pollution Tracker will also aid in the recovery and protection of the Southern Resident Killer Whale and its habitat.
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NOAA's Monterey Bay NMS Feb 16
Most large whales have baleen, which is made out of keratin, the same protein that makes up our fingernails & hair. Humpback whales have about 600 baleen plates in their upper jaw! (Photo: Laura Lilly)
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Fisheries and Oceans Feb 16
Would you look at that! 🐋 watching can be exciting but make sure to follow our guidelines to view these animals safely and responsibly
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DFO_Science Feb 16
the beluga's rounded head is used for echolocation purposes to navigate and hunt?
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Fisheries and Oceans Feb 15
Happy ! From coast to coast to coast, we love to show our Canadian pride. Here’s to you
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DFO Pacific Feb 14
We’re excited about the first confirmed reports of a sperm whale off the Eastern Coast of Vancouver Island in 24 years! Seeing & other marine wildlife is exciting. Remember to give them space and follow these guidelines:
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Fisheries and Oceans Feb 15
the heart of a blue whale is about the size of a piano? Whale now you know!
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Canadian Science Feb 14
📝 You can apply to license and commercialize a variety of technologies and intellectual property from .
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