Ocean acidification is already affecting the shells of beautiful sea butterflies in our ocean as it slowly dissolves their thin shells. Artist Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution researcher Gareth Lawson provide the story of how ocean acidification is threatening these pteropods and other ocean ecosystems in a new exhibit that opened this week at Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.
You can also read more about the fragile beauties at Smithsonian Magazine.
Artist: Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh
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Ocean acidification is already affecting the shells of beautiful sea butterflies in our ocean as it slowly dissolves their thin shells. Artist Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution researcher Gareth Lawson provide the story of how ocean acidification is threatening these pteropods and other ocean ecosystems in a new exhibit that opened this week at Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.
You can also read more about the fragile beauties at Smithsonian Magazine.
Artist: Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh
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Ocean acidification is already affecting the shells of beautiful sea butterflies in our ocean as it slowly dissolves their thin shells. Artist Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution researcher Gareth Lawson provide the story of how ocean acidification is threatening these pteropods and other ocean ecosystems in a new exhibit that opened this week at Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.
You can also read more about the fragile beauties at Smithsonian Magazine.
Artist: Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh
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100
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f/7.1
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1/100th
Focal Length
85mm

Ocean acidification is already affecting the shells of beautiful sea butterflies in our ocean as it slowly dissolves their thin shells. Artist Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution researcher Gareth Lawson provide the story of how ocean acidification is threatening these pteropods and other ocean ecosystems in a new exhibit that opened this week at Smithsonian’s National Museum of Natural History.

You can also read more about the fragile beauties at Smithsonian Magazine.

Artist: Cornelia Kubler Kavanagh

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