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Nature Observations: A Tropical Storm Sweeps Through

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The large wing-like pectoral fins for which this fish is named.   MIKE BOTTINI

The large wing-like pectoral fins for which this fish is named. MIKE BOTTINI

The needle-like protrusion in front of the folded pectoral fin is used to probe the sea bottom for prey. MIKE BOTTINI

The needle-like protrusion in front of the folded pectoral fin is used to probe the sea bottom for prey. MIKE BOTTINI

The central portion of the top of the Sea Robin’s heavily armored skull.  CHRISTINA  BLAUSTEIN

The central portion of the top of the Sea Robin’s heavily armored skull. CHRISTINA BLAUSTEIN

The central portion of the bottom of the Sea Robin’s heavily armored skull. CHRISTINA BLAUSTEIN

The central portion of the bottom of the Sea Robin’s heavily armored skull. CHRISTINA BLAUSTEIN

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South Fork Outdoors

  • Publication: Southampton Press
  • Published on: Aug 10, 2020
  • Columnist: Mike Bottini
The big nature event last week was the arrival of Tropical Storm Isaias. Although its arrival coincided with the full moon high tides, we were spared the heavy rain and... more

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