Atlantic spotted dolphins live in the Atlantic ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. They are born without any spots and gain them as they age.
Dr. Brunnick shares her career studying dolphins, as well as details of the research being done under The Palm Beach Dolphin Project.
The common bottlenose dolphin are a very social and smart species that travel in pods, sometimes consisting of more than 100 dolphins!
Florida manatees, a sub-species of the West Indian or North American manatees, are herbivorous marine mammals that grow up to 13 ft and 3,500 lbs.
Dr. Ingle takes you through the wonderfully weird evolution of manatee skeletons and gives you a closer look into how their bones provide clues about their aquatic lives.
Expert panel discussion on Hurricane Dorian's impacts on nearshore habitats like coral reefs and seagrass beds and other marine life in The Bahamas.
On September 30 from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm EDT, ANGARI Foundation and South Florida PBS will host a live panel discussion entitled “Hurricane Dorian: Impacts Below the Surface.” In September 2019, powerful Hurricane Dorian made landfall over Abaco and…
Our Ocean Expert Exchange (OEE) live webinar series features experts in marine science and technology, geared towards audiences of all ages.