:: Field Trip to Learn about 5 Big Sharks That Rule the Sea with Nat Geo Wild :: #HAPLOceansofPossibilities

You’re probably familiar with the great white shark, but how much do you know about these other big sharks: blacktip, tiger, sand tiger, Galapagos, and whale? Those are just five of roughly 500 shark species found in our oceans. And they’re doing their part to keep the oceans healthy by…

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:: Field Trip to Learn about Eugenie Clark – The Shark Lady, through this video tribute from the U.S. Postal Service :: #HAPLOceansofPossibilities

Dr. Eugenie Clark was a scientific pioneer who greatly contributed to people’s knowledge of sharks and other fish, and who worked tirelessly to improve sharks’ reputation in the public eye. This year, the U.S. Postal Service is honoring Genie with a new USPS Forever® Stamp—a mini piece of art as…

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:: Field Trip with National Geographic Oceans 101 :: #HAPLOceansofPossibilities

Oceans serve as the planet’s largest habitat and also help to regulate the global climate. But why is the ocean salty? And how is climate change impacting the ocean? Find out more about the ocean, including the consequences of and potential solutions to these changes. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/MfWyzrkFkg8…

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:: Field Trip to Sea Lion Beach on Hanson Island, British Columbia, Canada :: #HAPLOceansofPossibilities

Welcome to a favorite “haul out” spot of steller sea lions! Starting in mid-September, sea lions congregate here on Hanson Island in British Columbia to fish, relax, and socialize by the waters of the Johnstone Strait at Blackfish Sound. Check it out here: https://explore.org/livecams/oceans/orcalab-steller-sea-lion-haulout #HAPLOceansofPossibilities

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:: Field Trip with National Geographic to Learn About Oceanic Cartographer Marie Tharp :: #HAPLOceansofPossibilities

Oceanic cartographer Marie Tharp helped prove the theory of continental drift with her detailed maps of the ocean floor. This animation by Rosanna Wan for the Royal Institution tells the fascinating story of Tharp’s groundbreaking work. Check it out here: https://youtu.be/vE2FK0B7gPo #HAPLOceansofPossibilities

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