The goliath grouper is the largest species of grouper and can be identified by its brown and yellow coloring with dark spots across its heads.
ANGARI celebrated its 75th expedition with The Conservatory School @ North Palm Beach students and educators, R/V ANGARI crew and Florida International University scientists as part of the Coastal Ocean Explorers: Sharks program.
Students and teachers from Jupiter Community High School’s Environmental Research and Field Studies Academy experienced an exciting day of shark research in the Lake Worth Lagoon with ANGARI crew and Florida International University scientists.
Black mangroves grow in Western Africa and the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts of the Americas. It's identified by its pneumatophores and salty leaves.
Dr. Brian Lapointe is a Research Professor and Marine Scientist at Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute at FAU studying nutrient pollution and harmful algal blooms.
Students and educators from Palm Springs Community Middle School spent the day onboard R/V ANGARI assisting five Florida International University (FIU) researchers with shark research through hands-on activities.
Scientists and news crews came together aboard R/V ANGARI to examine this year's Sargassum belt and its potential effects on Florida.
Santaluces Community High School students and teachers spent the day onboard R/V ANGARI with Florida International University scientists as part of our Coastal Ocean Explorers: Sharks hands-on education program.
The bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas) is a species of shark that has the unique ability to spend time in both marine and fresh waters!
Students and staff from Jupiter Community High School’s Jupiter Environmental Research and Field Studies Academy joined ANGARI crew and Florida International University scientists onboard R/V ANGARI for an action packed day of marine science research and exploration.