In this weekly blog series we feature a new critter from our expansive invertebrate collection including pictures of specimens in their unique habitat. This blog will also feature interesting news, links and fun facts that showcase New Zealand’s fascinating marine fauna.
Over the last six months, Carl has worked alongside scientists in the marine physics group at the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) in Wellington as part of the Royal Society Science Teaching Leadership Programme.
Ailsa Webb is a Science Teacher Fellow with the Royal Society of New Zealand. She has joined a voyage on board NIWA’s Research Vessel Tangaroa to Jackson Bay in New Zealand’s South Westland to undertake various research projects.