Ocean Runner Nichole and friends just completed The Color Run, held in South Portland, Maine on June 26, 2016, and she shares the answer to question she had: is the color in The Color Run safe for us and the environment? Watch this short video to find out.
Ocean Runner Nichole learns all about how crabs, like the green crabs show in this video, shed their exoskeletons when they outgrow them and how their new, hard shell is formed, from Seacoast Science Center Naturalist Nikki Annelli.
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Ocean Runner Nichole and her running partner, Susan Labrie of the Atlantic Grill, learn more about the moon jellyfish in the tank at Atlantic Grill from Seacoast Science Center Aquarist Rob Royer.
The Atlantic Grill is located at 5 Pioneer Rd, Rye, NH. Learn about their fabulous venue and check out their menu at www.theatlanticgrill.com.
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Ocean Runner Nichole spots little gelatinous blobs when running on the beach. Suspecting that they are a type of jellyfish, she goes to Seacoast Science Center Naturalist Anna for answers. She learns that they are not jellyfish at all, but comb jellies, a species belonging to the Ctenophora phylum, that live in marine waters worldwide.
What are those green boxes in the marsh for? SSC’s Ocean Runner Nichole gets the scoop from Nikki Annelli, a naturalist at the Center. Turns out they are traps for the pesky Greenhead Horsefly, Tabanus nigrovittatus, the species of biting horsefly which span the seaside, from Texas to Florida and all the way up
SSC’s President Wendy Lull fills Ocean Runner, Nichole, in on the nation’s first regional ocean plan, a plan for the northeast, which was recently released and how managing ocean resources on the local, regional, and national levels are combining to sustain our coastal communities.
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Ocean Runner Nichole is always finding discarded plastic bags as she runs along the beach. These types of bags can be deadly when ingested by marine animals. A great way to keep these bags off the beach and out of the water is to always take reusable tote bags with you for shopping, beach
SSC’s Ocean Runner Nichole Rutherford is running along the rocky shore at Odiorne Point State Park and spots a scallop shell. Not knowing much about sea scallops, other than how great they are for dinner, Ocean Runner heads to the Seacoast Science Center to learn more from Program Naturalist Ben Flynn.
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