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Reuters, NPR Report on Lobster Cannibalism Discovery

The Bangor Daily News carried a Reuters news service article about lobster cannibalism discovered and filmed by UMaine School of Marine Sciences graduate student Noah Oppenheim, who discussed his findings at the recent conference, “The American Lobster in a Changing Ecosystem: A U.S.-Canada Science Symposium,” hosted in Portland by Maine Sea Grant at the University of Maine and co-chaired by UMaine research associate professor Rick Wahle in the UMaine School of Marine Sciences. National Public Radio also reported on Oppenheim’s discovery and posted his underwater video of lobster cannibalism, which also is on the School of Marine Sciences website.

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