Fig. 7: Students Chris Eckart, Jamie Stewart, & Jason Burch studying posters of the discovery of the living coelacanth, first encountered in 1938.
Fig. 8: Students Jeff Speers and Stacey Reid studying the clearing and staining technique for preparing fish skeletons.
Fig. 9: Students Angèle Besner & Christina Davy in the Fish Museum.
Fig. 10: Students Mark O'Quinn, Tanya Brown & Stephanie Backhouse in the Fish Museum.
Fig. 11: Students Angela Hea, Mandy Mielke & Ashley (Elizabeth) Birch in the Fish Museum.
Fig. 12: Momoko Kawai (our teaching assistant) and Dr. Noakes (Prof. for Ichthyology) supervising our Wednesday Laboratory session.
Fig. 13: Students Jamie Stewart, Mark O'Quinn, Candy Wong, Lynn Bouvier, Jason Burch, & Bryan March watching video segments of the hagfish.
Fig. 14: Students Stacey Reid, Mandy Mielke, Heather Brown & Jeff Speers engrossed in a video on hagfish. Momoko Kawai (our teaching assistant) is in the background.
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Created: September 27, 2002
Updated: October 7, 2002