vacation links: under the sea

Sperm whale sleeping positions aren't what you might expect

Little sea creatures remain stunningly lovely

Complete regeneration potential in coral embryos may be a disperal strategy

Why baleen whales have two separate lower jawbones

Gray whale skull from UW's Burke Museum collections at Meet the Mammals 2010

The "placental jellyfish" Deepstaria enigmata, now with a better video

Sharks' tapeworms, as the true apex predator, collect more heavy metal than anybody

Human art overtaken by life in coral reef

Finally, the biological problems with Aquaman and how to adapt him.

Hope everyone is enjoying their vacations and/or sci-cations!


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