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July 18, 2015

July 18, 2015 by Michael

Divers from Sea Sports Scuba and Aggieland Scuba spent the weekend exploring The Texas Clipper, the seas were rough today making it a bit more challenging on the surface; but once underwater there was only a slight current and the temperature at depth was 74 degrees.  Due to the start of the shrimp season visibility was reduced to about 20′ but everyone enjoyed the dive.  The Lion Fish are getting larger but seem to be hiding themselves better, the latest victim was found towards the stern at about 100′.  We had Dr. Mary Wicksten, a Professor from the Texas A&M Biology Department on board this weekend and we are happy to report that after further inspection of our Lion Fish his donor card indicated his remains be donated to science.  He was frozen and packaged for transport and Mary has delivered him to the TAMU  Biodiversity Research and Teaching Collections Center.

Angel Fish 2Lion Fish 2Spade Fish

 

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