Researching horseshoe crabs
Professor Jennifer Mattei, left, of Sacred Heart University, demonstrates how to measure a horseshoe crab as Jim Arrigoni, conservational biologist with the Connecticut Audubon Society, looks on Monday, May 20, 2019, at White Sands Beach in Old Lyme. Project Limulus is a program at the school that is working to examine the ecology of the Long Island Sound horseshoe crab population through community-based research programming. For information on how to join, visit projectlimus.org.
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