BBC News and our Guinness World Record Oarfish
BBC News and our Guinness World Record Oarfish

UPDATE 1/22/2015: For more information on our Oarfish check out this story from the BBC News:  http://www.bbc.com/earth/story/20150115-mystery-of-the-real-life-sea-serpent On October 13th, 2013 a staff member at Catalina Island Marine Institute was snorkeling when a large eye floated into her vision. Upon further investigation our staff discovered this amazing 18 foot long Oarfish. The 2015 Guinness Book

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Geology Rocks in 15 Seconds
Geology Rocks in 15 Seconds

This Geology Rocks in 15 Seconds video demonstrates the unique geological landscape that is Cherry Cove. Once a mining community, Cherry was a large producer of Galena, a metallic mineral that is an important source of lead and, on rare occasions, silvers! Near Cherry, the rock quarry was used to harvest stones used for many

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Deep Ocean and What Lives There
Deep Ocean and What Lives There

This Deep Ocean and What Lives There video is a simple illustration of the depth of the ocean. The deepest part of the ocean is called the Marianas Trench. The creatures of the Marianas Trench have many strange and unique adaptations to live in such a harsh environment. With no sunlight reaching the deepest parts of the

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