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Tippets: Cataloging Fish Species of the World, Learning to Double Haul

The University of Washington’s Friday Harbor laboratory is tackling one of its biggest projects to date: CT scanning and cataloging every fish species in the world, an estimated 66,000. About 2,700 are finished. Via King 5. Learning to double haul … more ?
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