Event Date: Thursday, June 24
Event Time: 10:00 am - 10:30 am
Alabama's offshore waters house the largest artificial reef program in the United States with approximately 1,060 square miles. Those reefs in the northern Gulf of Mexico provide essential habitat to a variety of fish, including the Squirrelfish/Soldierfish, Creolefish, and Big Eye. Aquarist Carissa Clay will chat about the unique adaptations of these fish and other animals found on rig legs such as blennies, barnacles, and regal damsels.
The conversation begins at 10 a.m. CST on our Facebook page.
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