Here’s a glimpse of some of our underwater neighbors celebrating the holiday.
This will be the kind of field guide that paper can’t deliver, a guide that will show you behavior of creatures (video), interactions between creatures instead of a separate page for each one, and so you can keep looking at cool stuff while learning, it can read to you! And the content won’t be just science-y stuff, it’ll also include cultural interpretations: poetry, art, stories, etc.
Have you ever watched a crab crawling out of its shell? See this Dungeness crab molt in just a matter of minutes.
What will curious eyes find on the beaches of Puget Sound? This movie is a quick overview of the many creatures waiting to be discovered, from kelp to octopus, from tiny eggs to giant bull kelp, from dollars to jellies. Narration tells stories about how these creatures behave.
Whenever you look at a crab molt the “how does it do that?” factor is pretty high. Here’s a video of a crab molting that’s pretty amazing.
A unique DVD with 3 separate sets of age appropriate movies for high school, middle school and primary school audiences.
Semi-imaginary creatures evolving on a rapidly accelerated time scale illustrate connections between the land and the sea. BLU uses a relatively new art form “stop-motion graffiti animation” to create a stunning depiction of “an unscientific point of view on the beginning and evolution of life … and how it could probably end.” This is a […]
The Dungeness crab is large with a fan shaped carapace up to 8 inches across. Lateral to each eye are 10 projections or “teeth”. The 10th tooth is located at the widest point of the carapace.