Grandmothers go underwater to uncover population of lethal sea snakes

Grandmothers go underwater to uncover population of lethal sea snakes


Grandmothers are very supportive to me,
to my work and I know that they are special. I realise that every day when I
meet them and it’s nice to have people that are not scientists
to get so much interest in the results of my work.

Randy Schultz

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10 thoughts on “Grandmothers go underwater to uncover population of lethal sea snakes

  1. Zenmasterme says:

    Grandma’s 👵🏼 & 👨🏽‍🦳 Grandpa’s Deserve to live their golden years anyway they want. In fact, I would love to see legislation passed that would allocate funds for the geriatric community to go on trips like this and many more!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Grandmothers looking for long things

  3. Eunice Mumbit Trill says:

    Grandmother's swimming happily with venom!

  4. Jy Jym says:

    Save on the travel and visit the house of commons instead.

  5. UNiCoRn PeGaSuS says:

    What are these women doing outside of kitchen?

  6. Jeb Riley says:

    Scientists pah

  7. Guardian News says:

    Snorkelling grandmothers uncover large population of venomous sea snakes in Noumea ► https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2019/oct/24/snorkelling-grandmothers-uncover-large-population-of-venomous-sea-snakes-in-noumea

  8. Jon Alexander says:

    Is it a surprise that the waters by Australia will try to kill you?

  9. Bessie Hillum says:

    If you covered more stories like this you wouldn’t need so much yellow on your page.

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