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MsnNOW, Gawker Report on UMaine Grad Student’s Lobster Cannibalism Research

MsnNOW, Gawker, The Inquisitr and The Week were among news organizations to report on research by Noah Oppenheim, a marine biology graduate student at the University of Maine. Oppenheim’s research suggests climate change is creating cannibalism among lobsters. He came to the discovery after capturing on an underwater camera adult lobsters eating adolescent ones.


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