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Aquatic Ecology class makes discovery

Posted by stepanie rogers on November 28, 2016 in News

The Aquatic Ecology (BIOA3006) class donated the skeletal remains of a tuna to the Nova Scotia Natural History Museum in Halifax Thursday, November 24th, 2016 after discovering it during one of their field trip labs to Rushton beach in Brule, NS back in October. 

Mr. Andrew Hebda (curator at the museum) seen examining the skeleton graciously accepted the donation and stated it would be cleaned up and  processed to be archived at the Museum’s archeological library.

Hands-on learning at its best!