Atlantic spotted dolphins check out the bright yellow ROV as it is being deployed in the Dry Tortugas.
Atlantic spotted dolphins check out the bright yellow ROV as it is being deployed in the Dry Tortugas. CAMMY CLARK MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Atlantic spotted dolphins check out the bright yellow ROV as it is being deployed in the Dry Tortugas. CAMMY CLARK MIAMI HERALD STAFF

Scientists perform fish surgeries, use ROV to study Florida Keys’ underwater world

October 03, 2014 05:34 PM

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