DOLPHINS GET 40’S FLAB? DOLPHINS & HUMANS HAVE MORE IN COMMON THAN WE THOUGHT

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If you feel like your metabolism just isn’t what it used to be, no matter how many hours you spend in the gym, dolphins can relate.  A Duke...

ASK THE BIRD GEEK: ARE BIRDS REALLY JUST FANCY, LITTLE DINOSAURS?

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Are birds really just fancy little dinosaurs? — Bi-Residential Barry Yes! Yes, they are.  I started to write about how all the birds we know can be traced to one...

History of Diving Museum celebrates military

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This May, the History of Diving Museum celebrates past and active military service members through special programming and visiting opportunities. Since opening in 2005, the History of Diving...

Keys students earn awards at state science competition

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Five entries by Keys students earned state recognition in the virtual State Science and Engineering Fair (SSEF). Sebastian McCoy, from Key Largo School, placed third in the junior...

OXITEC TO BEGIN FLORIDA KEYS MOSQUITO EXPERIMENT THIS WEEK

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The Florida Keys Mosquito Control District and Oxitec Ltd. on April 23 released an advisory outlining some of the plans for its Florida Keys pilot project:  Project managers...
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NO GMO RELEASES — YET. TRIAL WILL START IN SIX LOCATIONS.

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The Keys Weekly Newspapers checked in with the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District (FKMCD) to ask for an update on the Oxitec mosquito trial set to begin...

NOAA LOSES WEATHER DATA FROM 150 MARINE BUOYS

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A burst pipe in Maryland has affected marine weather reports up and down the East Coast, reports Data Center Dynamics, and Key West commercial fisherman “Lobster Lee”...

CORAL SHORES SENIOR EARNS TOP FLORIDA SCHOLARSHIP

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Coral Shores High School junior Gage Cooper has been selected as Monroe County School District’s Sunshine State Scholar for the 2020-21 school year.  The program, sponsored by...

PASCAL’S STEM FAIR PROJECT COMPLETED BY FRIEND, WINNING FIRST

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How do you honor a fallen friend? For Aidan Austin, 15, an Upper Keys student and scout, the answer was to take over his friend Pascal Weisberger’s STEM...

A dead whale washed up in the Everglades. Turns out, it’s a new species...

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In January 2019, a 38-foot, 30-ton whale washed up on Sandy Key in the Everglades. I happened to be camping at Flamingo, by chance, and ran over...
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