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Adorable New Shark Species Named After Trailblazing Marine ... - Gizmodo


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Say hello to Squalus clarkae, otherwise known as Genie's dogfish. This newly identified species of deepwater shark was named in honor of Eugenie Clark, ...
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Marine Biologists Discover New Shark Species: Genie's Dogfish - Sci-News.com


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A team of marine biologists has discovered a new species of deep-water dogfish shark in the Gulf of Mexico and western Atlantic Ocean, and named it after Eugenie Clark, a pioneer in shark biology, known around the world for her illuminating research on ...
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This Big-Eyed, Deep-Sea Shark Looks Like an Anime Character - Live Science


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The newly identified species, Squalus clarkae, or Genie's dogfish, is named after the marine biology pioneer Eugenie Clark. It slinks around in the deep waters of the Gulf of Mexico and the western Atlantic Ocean. The sharks' monster peepers may look ...
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Mr. R. Clark

Webster - United States

High school biology website from Hollis-Brookline High School, including student expectations, course curricula, assignments, and project rubrics.

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Information about the renowned shark researcher, including answers to questions about her shark-related adventures.

Clark's Grebe (Aechmophorus clarkii)
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Fact sheet describes this bird's habitat, nesting, and identifying characteristics. Includes a photo.

Follow in the Footsteps of Lewis & Clark
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Sierra Club feature that follows the Lewis and Clark Trail and allows users to read about wildlife in Lewis and Clark's Journals.

Lewis Clark Animal Shelter
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Nonprofit dedicated to humane treatment and welfare of abandoned, lost, or abused dogs and cats. Providing health care, spay/neuter and vaccines before adoption.

In the Footsteps of Lewis & Clark: Species at Risk
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Sierra Club article about the endangered plant and animal species of the American West and the observations Lewis and Clark made in their travels.