Timothy: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:45AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Good Morning - Welcome to todays Camp Internet chat session. We are honored to have an old friend back, Paul Scott, Senior Associate Curator, Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History Invertebrate Zoology department and Milton Love Associate Research Biologist, University of California, Santa Barbara, Marine Science Institute. Our focus for today is on new life forms that have been discovered in the Channel region. Chat begins at 10 a.m.


Timothy: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:48AM PST (-0800 GMT)
There is an excellent report on new life forms in the Channel Region prepared by Paul Scott - check this link to " What Lurks in the Depths of the Santa Barbara Channel? " button

Timothy: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:48AM PST (-0800 GMT)
There is an excellent report on new life forms in the Channel Region prepared by Paul Scott - check this link to " What Lurks in the Depths of the Santa Barbara Channel? " button

Timothy: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:50AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Here is an image from the Channel - around 100 meters

Timothy: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:51AM PST (-0800 GMT)
I'll try to send over a picture of Paul Scott here.

Mrs.Dennington/N.Verdemont: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:52AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Timothy, We are looking forward to this morning's chat. Susan Barkdoll's third grade class will be joining us in a few minutes. We also are expecting a visit from our local newspaper so maybe we'll let them ask a question or two also.

Timothy: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:52AM PST (-0800 GMT)
One more try on that picture of paul

Timothy: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:54AM PST (-0800 GMT)
And here is a picture of Dr. Milton Love, taken from his web site at button I recomend the web site as an exceptional source of underwater photography if your interested in fish.

Camp: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:58AM PST (-0800 GMT)
To Milton Love: have you heard or seen any evidence of the giant squid which was mentioned in an earlier chatsession?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:58AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi guys, Paul Valentich Scott here.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:59AM PST (-0800 GMT)
sure, Bruce Robison caught the tentacle of one years ago about 100 miles off Pt Conception

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 9:59AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Timothy - Just so you know I have all of the images I sent you in a nice compressed format on our website. I'll add the pictures as needed in our discussion.

Sindy - Nipomo: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:00AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Paul Scott: do you work with the diansours as well as with fish at the museum? I have seen the exhibit on your web.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:00AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Ah... the giant squid. Yes, we have a tentacle in our collection of the Giant... believed to be over 35 feet long.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:00AM PST (-0800 GMT)
regarding the giant squid again. The problem is that they are really hard to catch. People have caught them in giant trawls off Africa, but really nowhere else. They are probably pretty quick and avoid being caught.

Marcy, Camp Counsleor: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:01AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Good Morning to North Verdemont School !!! We want to first say - congratulations - and thank you - for sharing the Smithsonian Innovation Award with the Camp program !! All of your fellow Campers are very proud of your accomlishments this year. We will be working with your teacher, Mrs. Barkdoll next year, and invite you all to stay in touch with the Camp via your computer lab, library, or a home computer over the summer. Right now we are deeply involved with the Sustainable Seas Expedition sponsored by National Geographic and the National Marine Sanctuaries of NOAA, and will be hosting a summer reading and film program to carry on its mission June - August. Hope you can join us over the summer - and have fun today with your Trail Guides Paul Scott and Milton Love, your guest scientists for the day...

Andy - 9th grade: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:01AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Is there any important environmental research being done during the Sustainable Seas Exedition?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:01AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Sindy - I actually work on invertebrates, spinless creatures.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:02AM PST (-0800 GMT)
I have helped with the dino exhibit, in particular Dino Canyon where kids get to find fossils.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:02AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Here is a short bio about me. Paul Valentich Scott has been a marine biologist at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History for the last 17 years. He has described numerous new species of animals around the world, from tidepools in Hong Kong to the abyssal depths off California. Paul is the publisher and co-editor of the Taxonomic Atlas of the Santa Barbara Channel. This series of 14 volumes describes and illustrates over 1500 species in the region and includes over 130 species that are new to science.

Marcy, Camp Counsleor: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:03AM PST (-0800 GMT)
And Hello Mrs. Dennington - thank you too for sharing the Smithsonian Award with us - and we look forards to posting pictures of your trip to Washington to the award ceremony on the web !

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:03AM PST (-0800 GMT)
re: sustainable seas. I think this first year is a practice year, making sure all the equipment works. I am hoping they dive around oil platform Gail - that is where I dive in a submarine. It has a lot of fishes around it (all platforms do) and I would like to see if they see the same fishes I do

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:05AM PST (-0800 GMT)
So Camp Internet... what are you interested in about the Santa Barbara Channel?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:07AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Andy - We have discovered about 140 new species in the Santa Barbara Channel. SSE should help with finding new critters.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:11AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Here is a giant seastar munching on lamp shells.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:11AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Timothy - my images aren't posting. Any idea why?

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:14AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hollow my name is Ation Eason from North Verdmont I am glad to be hear.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:15AM PST (-0800 GMT)
hi ation

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:15AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Ation. What can we help you with?

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:16AM PST (-0800 GMT)
What did you find

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:16AM PST (-0800 GMT)
One more try on the seastar photo.

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:18AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Did you find a big plant.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:18AM PST (-0800 GMT)
We have found over 1,500 species of invertebrates (spineless animals) living on the ocean floor.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:19AM PST (-0800 GMT)
We have found big sharks when we dive in our submarine. There are also very large sea anemones and sponges attached to the oil platforms.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:20AM PST (-0800 GMT)
The new animals we have discovered are worms, clams, small shrimp-like animals and many more.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:21AM PST (-0800 GMT)
We found one new kind of fish that is very common, but it has a small mouth and no one had ever caught it when they were fishing with hooks.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:22AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Yes, like Milton, many of our animals are very common but no one had seen them before.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:23AM PST (-0800 GMT)
That's what is so cool about the DeepWorker submarine. We get so see new animals and where they live.

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:23AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi my name is Shelbi.I am at North Verdemont School . My class is in group.People will be talking to you.by

Mrs.Dennington/N.Verdemont: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:23AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi my name is Kimberly.Im at North Verdemont School.Im am happy to be there today. Dr Milton Love.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:23AM PST (-0800 GMT)
There are probably many other new animals off Santa Barbara, but the ocean is a big place and we are just starting to explore it.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:24AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Kimberly, what do you like about the ocean?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:25AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Absolutely Milton! Some scientists guess there might be over 90 million undiscovered forms of life on our planet!

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:26AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Shelbi!

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:26AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Absolutely Paul, and it's our job to find every one of these new organisms, or at least uncover a few.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:27AM PST (-0800 GMT)
That is definitely the FUN part of our job. Finding these new beasts. We even get to name them!

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:27AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Yep, one time I named a new parasite that lives in fishes. I named it after my girl friend

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:28AM PST (-0800 GMT)
hello I am Cory thank you for chating with us.

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:28AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi I am Nicole Rice. I am happy you are having a chat with me.

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:29AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi i'm Mikey thank you for chating with us.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:29AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Cory and Nicole!

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:29AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hello Cory and Nicole, it's nice to hear from you!

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:29AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Mikey! Tell us what you like about the ocean.

Mrs.Dennington/N.Verdemont: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:29AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi my name is Melissa H Thank you for chating with us

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:30AM PST (-0800 GMT)
So, Mikey, what's up?

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:31AM PST (-0800 GMT)
And good to hear from you Melissa.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:33AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Okay Mrs.Dennington's class. Let's hear any questions you might have, or things you would like to say about our ocean.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:33AM PST (-0800 GMT)
I think one of the most beautiful animals in the sea is flag rockfish - it's got white and red bars and lives around sea anemones. It looks like a red and white zebra.

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Dear Mr. Paul scott what was the aniamaul that you discoverd?

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Dear MR Scott wats the new anamal you discoverd?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
What does this flag rockfish eat, Milton?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:36AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Last year I discovered and described two new types of clams.

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:36AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Do you like being a oceanographer? How long have you ben an oceanographer?

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:36AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Good question Paul. Flags eat small shrimps, crab and fishes. They are usually found alone, I think the probably fight each other.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:37AM PST (-0800 GMT)
To look at another new clam you can go to:

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:37AM PST (-0800 GMT)
I've been a marine biologist for about 30 years. When I was 5 years old my dad took me fishing and from that day on I decided I wanted to be a biologist that works on fishes.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:37AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Ah.. there is one of the new clams. Looks kind of like an alien!

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:38AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Nice picture Paul. Is that one of your new ones?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:38AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Yep, this new clam crawls between the spines of sea urchins.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:39AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Paul, I have a picture of a sponge that is white with red spots. I saw it off Santa Barbara Island - does that sound like one you have seen?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:40AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Here is what the Santa Barbara Channel looks like at 100 meters depth.

Mrs.Dennington/N.Verdemont: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:40AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Melissa Do you like taking pictures of the ocean?

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:40AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Nicole

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:40AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Nicole

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:40AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Nicole

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:40AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Nicole

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:40AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Nicole

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:40AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Nicole

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:41AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Photographs can tell us many things. It is nice to look them and study all of animals when you are back in the laboratory.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:41AM PST (-0800 GMT)
The sea anemone in Pauls picture could be very old. Some anemones live for 100 years or more.

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:43AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Cory Dear Mr Scott what is your favorite Fish?

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:43AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Mikey Dear Mr. Paul Scott how big are the clams that you have.

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:44AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Mikey Dear Mr. Paul Scott how big are the clams that you have.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:44AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Well... I tend to like clams more than fish. I think the Mahi Mahi is a beautiful fish.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:44AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Mikey - My new clams are very small. About the width of your little finger.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:47AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Milton - Here is a fish we have seen. Do you know what it is?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:47AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Whoops... sorry that it is so big!

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:48AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Nice picture Paul. That is a splitnose rockfish. It is a small rockfish that is often caught by commercial fishermen.

Thomas - 11th Ventura: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:49AM PST (-0800 GMT)
We're on from Ventura - late - but here - To Milton Love: have you seen much from the GAFC that has helped with decisions on fisheries and oceans environment management?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:49AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Here is the splitnose rockfish a little smaller.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:49AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Thomas. What is the GAFC?

Marry- 10thgrade Ventura: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:50AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Paul Scott - Are you working with the Cabrillo High School Aquarium Project

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:50AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Paul - I'd like to talk with you about using that picture in a book on rockfishes that I am doing.

Ken - 11th Ventura: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:51AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Milton Love: How do you get some many pictures of fish - your web is great - are they all by you

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:51AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Marry - No I haven't worked with the Cabrillo High Aquarium. I am told it is excellent!

Larry - 11th Ventura: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:52AM PST (-0800 GMT)
TO Paul Scott: What are the most important local food sources that come from the Channel.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:52AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Ken. Most of the pictures are by other people. I just ask my diving friends if they have cool fish shots, then put them on the page. Glad you like them. What is your favorite fish?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:52AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Milton - I'd be happy to send you the photo. It is in our Taxonomic Atlas series.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:53AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Thanks. Are there other fishes mixed in with other invert shots?

Kenneth - 10th grade - Ventura: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:53AM PST (-0800 GMT)
To Mr. Love: Do you have ideas for learning materials we could use in class about fish in the channel islands

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:53AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Yes, definitely lots of fish in our photos.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:54AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Kenneth. I have a book that I wrote about Pacific Coast fishes. I could send you a copy.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:54AM PST (-0800 GMT)
What's the possibility of my coming over and taking a look at the files?

Bert - 10th grade - Oxnard: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:55AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Paul Scott: does the discover of new species of animals in the channel affect the new species. Are they more in danger after they have been found and written about.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:56AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Great question, Bert! I think it helps to know about the life in the channel. Then we can learn areas that they live in, and we can protect them.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:58AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Milton - Here is another fish we have seen.

Camp: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:58AM PST (-0800 GMT)
A question just came in by phone - for both Milton and Paul - Are the species which are found on the Pacific side of the Islands significanly different that the specifies on the mainland side of the islands?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:58AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Let me try that again.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:59AM PST (-0800 GMT)
That one is a bit hazy and black and white, but it looks like a thornyhead. If so, that fish forms the most important fishery in California.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 10:59AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Darn, can't get it to post again.

Gwen - teacher - Ojai: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:00AM PST (-0800 GMT)
To Milton Love: have you seen much application of Internet technology for Divers - either for telemedicine or for other purposes?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:00AM PST (-0800 GMT)

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:01AM PST (-0800 GMT)
The question about fishes on the different sides of the islands is very good. There are no differences in the kinds of fishes, but there are differences in the numbers of some fishes. Santa Rosa and San Miguel and the back side of Santa Cruz tend to have more coldwater fish, while the front side of Santa Cruz and all of Anacapa tends to have warmer water species.

Wendy: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:01AM PST (-0800 GMT)
To both Milton and Paul : will either of you be going down in the submersibles during the Sustainable Seas Expedition?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:02AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Wendy! No I won't be going down this year. Hopefully next year.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:02AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Gwen - that's a bit out of my area, but I have heard that there is a real interest in on-line dive medicine - even to the point of giving dive medical instructions online to people in need.

Ray - santa barbara: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:03AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Are all of the Channel Islands the same type of rock or geology formation or do the Islands come from rock of different time periods?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:03AM PST (-0800 GMT)

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:03AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Wendy - Not me, but a person who works with me, Donna Schroeder is doing a dive.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:03AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Here is a seastar having lunch on lamp shells.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:04AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Ray The islands are a huge jumble of different types of rocks from many different periods. It is thought, for instance, that Santa Cruz has at least pieces of 4 different plates all jammed together.

Camp: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:04AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Another questions by phone from San Luis Obispo : Does the run off from the coastal cities of Ventura, Santa Barbara and San Luis Obispo cause damage or affect fish in the channel to any degree you can measure?

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:06AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Re: runoff. We don't know the answer to that. However, there is a theory that some of the DDT that was found in the pelicans at Anacapa Island came from DDT runoff in the Ventura River. That runoff goes a along way out to sea.

Carlos: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:07AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Thank you for chatting with us. I am Carlos from North Verdemont.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:07AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Runoff is a good question. Much of what we study deals with human impacts on ocean animals.

steven: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:07AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi,, Mr. Scott. My name is Stevewn. I am in third grade from North Verdemont.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:07AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Carlos!

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:08AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Carlos

Adrian : . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:08AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi. I am Adrian from North Verdemont. I just back from recess.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:09AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Welcome Steven!

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:09AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi Adrian!

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:09AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hey Adrian, how was recess?

steven: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:09AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Mrf. Scott, What is the scariest thing you have ever seen while diving?

Carlos: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:10AM PST (-0800 GMT)
What is the biggest octopus you have ever seen?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:11AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Carlos, Here at the museum we have a giant octopus that is about 15 feet from arm tip to arm tip.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:12AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Steven - I am always VERY excited by all of the things I see underwater. Usually I only get scared when the ocean starts tugging on me with strong currents.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:14AM PST (-0800 GMT)
I have to go hook up our new internet whale camera now. It's been fun chatting with you.

Milton: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:15AM PST (-0800 GMT)
See you folks

steven: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:16AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Mr. Scott, what type of animals do you like?

steven: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:16AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Mr. Scott, what type of animals do you like?

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:17AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Steven - Clams are the critters that I study. Here is a new clam I discovered recently.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:18AM PST (-0800 GMT)
This if for Milton.

Paul VS: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:19AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Bye, guys! Thanks for the chat. Be sure to visit me at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History. button

steven: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:25AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Thanbk you for chatting with us. We have to seitch places now. Bye Steve!

steven: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:25AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Thanbk you for chatting with us. We have to seitch places now. Bye Steve!

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:25AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Thank you for chatting with us I have to go to another center. Bye, Carlos

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:26AM PST (-0800 GMT)
ADRIAN I played kick ball at resses. What is the scariest that you ever seen in the ocoan?

steven: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:26AM PST (-0800 GMT)
HI I'M ALAN

steven: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:27AM PST (-0800 GMT)
ALAN

: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:27AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Thank you for chatting with us I have to go to another center. Bye, Carlos

Adrian : . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:27AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi I am Brian stengel

Adrian : . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:27AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi I am Brian stengel

Adrian : . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:27AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi I am Brian stengel

Adrian : . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:27AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi I am Brian stengel

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:34AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Brian : . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
I like football. I am very good at football,and I like Baseball. But my friend is better than me But I am still good at both sport.What is the animal you discoverd?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:35AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:36AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:36AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:36AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Eric A. Diez: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:36AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Hi MY NAME IS Eric. I'm in third grade And thank you for talking to us. How old were you when you decided to study the ocean?

Alexandra: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:39AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Mr.Paul Scott I am woundering what animal life ferms you discoverd? I think your job is super!

Judy Dennington: . . . . Fri, May 28, 11:56AM PST (-0800 GMT)
Well, I guess our time is about gone. Thank you gentlemen for your time and information. Goodbye from North Verdemont Elementary.

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