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Southern Fried Science

Over 15 years of ocean science and conservation online.

  • Based in United States of America
  • Roughly three posts per week
  • First post on

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Month starting Posts
Aug 2023 2
Sep 2023 1
Oct 2023 1
Nov 2023 1
Dec 2023 0
Jan 2024 15
Feb 2024 10

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Most recent posts

Here’s how thresher sharks whip their tails back and forth
A new study breaks down the biomechanics of one of the marine world’s most unusual hunting behaviors. Thresher sharks have one of the strangest body plans of any fish, with almost half their body comprised …
On , by David Shiffman, 79 words
Of all the things that haven’t happened, these are the things that haven’t happened in the Ocean so far this year
In the past, we’ve done a little write up whenever some exaggerated of fabricated piece of ocean news crosses our desk. This year, we’re going to try something new. A one-stop, periodically updated clearinghouse for …
On , by Southern Fried Science, 101 words
No, a shark did not get a stingray pregnant. But what really happened is pretty cool!
A North Carolina aquarium has reported that a round stingray named Charlotte, the only member of her species living in her tank, is pregnant. An animal becoming pregnant without a mate (and in this case, …
On , by David Shiffman, 91 words