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Great Barrier Reef Spiral Catfish Win Annual Photo Contest
« on: August 15, 2021, 08:01:39 PM »

BMC's 2021 Ecology and Evolution Photo Competition is full of amazing shots.If you're worried about the plight of nature and weather as reported by the IPCC this week, hopefully these images from the 2021 BMC Ecology and Evolution competition can help relax and remind you of what we're trying to recover.The competition, published in the journal BMC Ecology and Evolution,

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celebrates the world's biodiversity and emphasizes the importance of conservation. The different categories are Conservation Biology. Evolutionary Biology and Biodiversity behavioral ecology Evolution and human ecology Ecological Developmental Biology and population ecology And the photographs show everything from sea creatures to termites.The overall winner was a gorgeous spiral Jackfish from the Great Barrier Reef in Australia,

shot by Kristen Brown of the University of Pennsylvania. She said the picture was representative of "Both the beauty and the majesty of our oceans as well as escalating crises within the marine environment.Reefs with such high coral cover and fish abundance at Heron Island on the Great Barrier Reef are becoming increasingly scarce," she said. Greenhouse gases and improve water quality Coral reefs as we know them are at risk of disappearing within our lifetimes.