Science is not a linear process. Using an example from an ocean drilling expedition off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, the International Ocean Discovery Program demonstrates the process of how real science works.

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Learn more about the biomechanics of feeding manta rays.

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Learn about the glowing angler fish found in the deep ocean and how it uses bioluminescence to attract its prey.

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Last week was Discovery Channel’s ‘Shark Week’, but sharks aren’t the only fascinating creatures in the ocean. Learn more about the cuttlefish's remarkable ability to camouflage!

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Corey helps create marine protected areas and discover ways to maintain healthy & productive fish populations.

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Between 2000 and 2010, scientists undertook over 500 expeditions, collecting millions of samples from coastal areas, the open ocean, the deeps, coral reefs, and the poles.

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Every year thousands of larval fish make their way from the pelagic zone to coral reefs. Find out how they do it!

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Ever dreamt of one day becoming a marine biologist? Watch this video and learn more about a career in underwater biology. Who doesn't want an office on the beach?

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Did you know that fires exist at the bottom of the ocean? That there are rivers at the bottom of the ocean? Learn more about the greatly unexplored oceans!

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What has red lips, a horn, a built in lure, walks on legs and is a fish? The Red-Lipped Bat Fish of course!

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