VIP Mary provided us with this eeeeeellllllly information. Moray eels have a unique way of feeding reminiscent of a science fiction thriller, researchers at UC Davis have discovered. After seizing prey in its jaws, a second set of jaws located in the moray’s throat reaches forward into the mouth, grabs the food and carries it back to the esophagus for swallowing. Read more… Here is … Continue reading ‘Alien’ Jaws Help Moray Eels Feed
While the Education Table is closed, we still put out the Creature Feature sign for the visitors. This month’s Creature Feature is the Giant Kelp. Continue reading Creature Feature – Giant Kelp
VIP Beth received these photos from a friend in Imperial Beach last week. They show lots of Wavy Turban Snails washed up on the beach. Beth was asking if anyone knew why and if we were seeing the same thing at Cabrillo. During the recent cleanup in the tidepools, the TPERPS said they are not seeing this at Cabrillo which is good. No one seems … Continue reading Snails in IB – Alert the Media?