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David Costalago 7 Jul 16
My most recent contribution to the of small in the NW is coming out
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Pelagic Dive Travel Sep 10
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Ed 25 Apr 16
The guys killed the on all the pink 1oz heads
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Marine Ecology Group 24 Feb 18
Spending the weekend at the Port Stephens game fishing competition with the neurobiology lab. We’re collecting data from catch on parasites and visual systems
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GlobalTech Fishing 31 Jan 15
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MarineDiving May 6
Watch the 360 degrees VR video of dogtooth tuna and barracuda in Iriomote Island from the link below!🐟 You can also check the best season to visit & what to expect:
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MarineDiving Mar 16
There are many underwater attractions around Iriomote Island, and the most popular is the magnificent underwater scenery around Nakano-ogan Island! 🐟🐟🐟
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Gall Artworks Mar 8
48” formed stainless steel Marlin getting the heat put to him 🔥. . . . . . marineart
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MarineDiving Apr 12
Click and drag the screen to watch schools of dogtooth tuna and barracuda from the link below!
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OPAGEAR 20 Apr 15
Juvenile White Marlin today on the JeniLyn
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Mitch Kuhman 25 Feb 16
reproduce in what's called a "reproductive party." So Merpeople would have orgies, essentially.
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David Costalago 21 Nov 17
My latest blog post explaining a bit of our last paper on small in and why these little tasty fish are important
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Manta Scuba 7 Nov 12
YES! saw huge & plenty more in blue water 100ft viz.Thank you Neptune :D !
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Manitoulin Expositor 17 Mar 14
Pelagic fish populations steady in North Channel, according to...
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spfa_uk Sep 26
Two key actions underpin the SPFA data collection strategy – establishing as and working with to promote the collection of scientific and biological data on fishing
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GCMP May 5
have an incredible commercial value. Even more so when they cross international boundaries...
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Lela Schlenker Apr 30
So happy our article in is finally in press! Check it out in hardcopy, or online if you're a subscriber, for information on our tagging research and to read more about how oil affects these incredible .
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Midland Fish Company Apr 1
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Gil Friend Feb 5
RT : 90% of the world’s fish are overfished, some to the point of population collapse. Nations like are stepping up for sustainable fisheries to save large such as tuna, swordfish, 🦈 & more!
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Michael J. Lewis II Feb 4
Replying to @joerogan
- Interested in talking overfishing and fish ecology? Consider having Dr. Jay Rooker () on the podcast. Excellent scientist, researcher, and speaker. A top tuna and billfish ecologist and big thinker.
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