Volume 7       Number 1

In this issue:
- Open Wide: Hawksbill Turtle Eats a Sponge
Second Course: Queen Angelfish Eats a Sponge
- Benefit Concerts for ReefNews

  Open Wide: Hawksbill Turtle Eats a Sponge        Back to Top

I never thought I'd get to look into the mouth of a Hawksbill Turtle and see its tongue! Click here to read all about how this endangered Turtle gets big by eating sponges!

  Second Course: Queen Angelfish Eats a Sponge        Back to Top

Turtles aren't the only creatures to eat sponges. This Queen Angelfish was taking advantage of a sponge that had been split open earlier by another Turtle. Click here to see this feast in progress.

  Benefit Concerts for ReefNews        Back to Top

ReefNews is throwing a party! To raise money for this website, ReefNews is hosting the Atwater-Donnelly Celtic/Appalachian Folk Band for two concerts in September and October. Please visit these links to read about these benefit concerts in Los Alamos and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Atwater-Donnelly in Los Alamos Thursday Night, September 29.

Atwater-Donnelly in Santa Fe Saturday Afternoon, October 1.


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