Jenny Dreyer does.
This VIMS scientist has a very responsible job.
When a special cell bumps up against something the cytoplasm and nucleus light up.
This VIMS scientist goes to Antarctica and uses nets and microscopes to study plankton.
Did you know the horseshoe crab has blue blood?
Mr. Alex was seeing how big kids are compared to a sturgeon. PhD student Pamela is teaching kids the sizes of marine animals.
I discovered that crabs have poise. All crabs aren’t mean and “crabby.”
I hope you enjoy my story, but when you go to VIMS, you’ll enjoy it better….
My favorite thing about Marine Science Day is I got to see all of the animals and a laboratory.
Crabs grow by molting until they mature and are ready to mate.
The crab felt weird and I thought it would bite me. But...
I put the big net in the water and dragged it on the river floor. Crabs, flounder, fish, seaweed, and shrimp all were in my net.
Did you know that some eels look like rocks?
I learned how to tell if a crab is a female or a male.
“The world is your oyster, and you are the pearl.” People say it all the time, but do they truly know what an oyster is?
I learned that female crabs have a circular triangle, and that males have a long triangular shape.