It was a 'four day week' this week so we are down an image or two from normal. Despite that, there are still some great additions. The Warty Anglerfish is an amazing looking fish and the Red Indian Fish has always been one of my favourites. This week's blog post, 'Grey Carpetshark senses' is certainly worth a look. Thank you as always to our contributors.
In this movie, Ryan Kempster, shark biologist at the University of Western Australia, talks about the senses and survival strategy of the Grey Carpetshark, Chiloscyllium punctatum. Other common names for the species include the Bamboo Shark and Brown-banded Catshark.
This week we show one of the most amazing pieces of movie footage taken in the deep sea. It's hard to believe that the 'Incredible Barreleye' really exists. We also show images of a 'sharky find' from southern Queensland. Thank you to all our contributors!
The opportunities offered by the web are forcing some museums to rethink how they provide content. Museum professional Irene Rubino interviews Michael Hugill about an emerging museum profession: the online producer.