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Fish are vertebrates. They use gills to help them breath and live in water. 
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Bay Anchovy | The Salt Marsh
Bay Anchovy | The Salt Marsh

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The bay anchovy is the most numerous fish in the estuaries of South Carolina. They are food to larger fish and to many birds. Anchovies are specialized to feed on plankton. They have a huge mouth and...
Spot & Croaker | The Salt Marsh
Spot & Croaker | The Salt Marsh

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Spot and croaker are closely related fish. They look alike, with light vertical bands, but the spot is named for a dark spot just behind its gill cover. All members of this group of fish make noises...
A Piece Of Paradise | 27:Fifty
A Piece Of Paradise | 27:Fifty

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Water gardens have been increasing in popularity here in the U.S. The water gardens we see today have origins going back to the days of the ancient Egyptians. Learn more about water gardens, and the...
Jack Bayless Fish Hatchery | 27:Fifty
Jack Bayless Fish Hatchery | 27:Fifty

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The striped bass hatcheries of the South Carolina Wildlife and Marine Resources Department produces as many as one hundred and twenty million fish. The hatcheries are among the world’s leaders in...
Florida Yellow Bladderwort | Expeditions Shorts
Florida Yellow Bladderwort | Expeditions Shorts

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In Apalachicola National Forest, Patrick talks about Karst Topography, or giant limestone sinkholes located all over Florida. When these sinkholes fill up with water, many species of plants and...
Old Santee Canal Park (S.C.) Stop 6 - The Canal
Old Santee Canal Park (S.C.) Stop 6 - The Canal

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The Santee Canal – This canal took seven years to build, from 1793-1800, and is around 22 miles long. Duckweed and Pennywort are seen growing along the sides of the canal. Rudy and Jim find a Chain...
Melvin Bell - SCDNR | Sea Change
Melvin Bell - SCDNR | Sea Change

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Melvin Bell works in the Office of Fisheries Management at The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR). This is his full interview from the SCETV documentary "Sea Change." Some...