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marine biology

The scientific study of organisms living in or dependent on the oceans.
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We also have the SeaLife Centre here, and there will be a combination offer.
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Haggas rain dance William Haggas won this race two years ago with Battalion but he requires substantial rain for Sealife to take her chance.
GoPro, Aqualung, SeaLife, Costa Sunwear among brands sold in ample onsite retail shop.
Paul visited the home a few weeks ago and offered to arrange a trip out to the Sealife Centre and to the coast in a limousine.
Headteacher Ann Kaminski said: "We have been able to plan a really exciting day for all the children, with ice cream, sand castles and a trip to the Sealife centre and this funding has helped us to do that.
We didn't ask our expert guide at Sealife London Aquarium why, but she would have had a good answer.
Kate Carolus, a contributor with articles in the SEALife Seychelles Magazine presented Minister Alain St.
The Alaska SeaLife Center's Alaska Ocean Leadership Awards Committee presented six awards to organizations and individuals who have made significant contributions to awareness and sustainability of the state's marine resources.
Sealife at the dock include blue mussels, algae, sticklebacks, shrimps and the famous conger eels.
Mr Benyon took the plunge into a tank of sharks at Sealife London Aquarium to launch a Shark Trust initiative calling for support to close loopholes in the EU ban on slicing off shark fins and discarding the bodies at sea.
James Williams (@footyramblings) Did you know the Sealife Centre in Ashington is closed today for training porpoises?