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Bay shrimp are a key component of the food web of the Bay’s intertidal flats. Here, a shrimp preys upon a blood worm, while a diving double-crested cormorant spears another shrimp, and a striped bass chases a few others.

Illustration by Mathew Squillante.

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Jack London Square Docks Bioblitz

Friday, July 1 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm | Free

Look for life in the surprisingly rich world of the Jack London Square public docks! It's free -- all you need is your curiosity and a camera phone with the iNaturalist app installed. Staff from Bay Nature magazine will

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