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From NPR: Biology prof James Albert says aquarium eels are lonely

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Employees at Tokyo's Sumida Aquarium are using video calls to keep the aquarium's eels from getting lonely during quarantine. Our James Albert, professor of biology and Chris Bowser, the Hudson River Estuary education coordinator for the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, appeared on NPR's Morning Edition on 6 May 2020 to discuss lonelyness among aquarium eels during quarantine.

Listen to the discussion or read the transcript here.

 

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