- published: 08 Jan 2017
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Up to 7 metres of muscle and teeth, packed into an agile and streamlined body that can weigh in at 2250kg – this is the great white shark, one of the most infamous hunters on Earth. But the reality is that these sharks may disappear from our oceans altogether within the next 20 years. Their terrifying reputation is part myth, part reality, rooted in their instinct to hunt and kill whatever looks like a good prey animal … and that can include human beings. But how far is their killer-reputation justified? Are great white sharks really the blood-thirsty loners we imagine them to be? Dr. Mauricio Hoyos is a scientist working on the behaviour and ecology of sharks. He wants to find out why they follow certain patterns of movements, including longdistance travels. The usual methods of getting...
an opening salvo for the fiesta celebration of Our Lady of Guadalupe. December 2, 2010. held at Guadalupe CEbu Parish Grounds........spearheaded by the Kickers....participated by dance troupes/groups from Guadalupe.......with a special participation of the Oldies but Goldies (a women dance group composed of senior citizens from guadalupe and a finalist in Pilipinas got Talent)
xmas party at Ayala
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The IRNR Mussel Research Group recently initiated several projects in the lower Guadalupe River to study threatened freshwater mussels. These projects aim to increase understanding of their thermal requirements and reproductive life history, both of which will contribute importantly toward conservation and management of Texas mussels. Video by Megan Hess, Institute of Renewable Natural Resources field technician.