Food Webs Vid on YouTube


As you may have noticed, there is a lag time between when the videos are available for download and when they arrive on YouTube. That is because computers on the Melville are not able to access the YouTube website at all, thus all uploads, and even the YouTube account itself, are available thanks to a friend of mine. Thank you very much Bryson!

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5 Responses to Food Webs Vid on YouTube

  1. Khaila Pickering says:

    Do you have any idea as to why the “jumbo squid” is no longer being easily found this year on your voyage? Also, what is it about plankton that makes its existence so crucial to the survival of the ocean creatures?

    Are there any ultimate predators in the ocean-species that catch whatever prey they want but are never prey themselves?

  2. Michaela Charlton (Midpark High School) says:

    Oh my gosh the poor fish he lost his liver! So with the squids, is there a reason why you guys dont collect them in the day and instead of fishing with a pole, go trolling. Trolling is where a machine is there to measure how far you decide to go down and it just moves with the boat.

  3. Monique says:

    I really didn’t understand how one little thing could really effect a whole web-chain… Interesting.

  4. Bryson says:

    You’re welcome. Glad I could be involved from all the way across the country.

  5. Freddie Assmus says:

    How much do those squid weigh, and how many kinds of plankton are there. I hope you had lots of good research on the Melville.

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