Episode #60 Sonic Signals Bouncing Off the Biggest Migration on Earth with Kelly Benoit-Bird
Dave and Ray dive deep with Kelly Benoit-Bird to discuss the denizens of the not so deep, the Mesopelagics; the largest migration of vertebrates on planet Earth.
Kelly Benoit-Bird is a Sonic Explorer, Acoustic Marine Biologist, and Senior Scientist & Science Chair at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute and her discoveries within the Mesopelagic zone and it's ecosystem are mind-blowing!
Topics of discussion during this podcast!
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More T-Rex shorty arms discussion
Bats and their echolocation
The Ocean Twilight Zone
Most abundant fish in the Ocean, the Bristlemouth
A cyclone of fish
Mesopelagic Southern Ocean Prey and Predators
What are Plankton?
What is an AUV: Autonomous Underwater Vehicle
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Scary Dragonfish Larvae
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One of the first mammals to become aquatic; “The walking Whale”
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Trilobite by the Amish Robots
Melloooo from Ray Troll
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