2400 watching the lab right now Posted 30 April 2008 by tepapamuseum & filed under Colossal squid. The crew in the lab waved to acknowledge your phenomenal support! Share this:Click to share on Google+Click to share on TwitterShare on FacebookClick to share on PinterestClick to share on RedditClick to email this to a friend 15 Responses Jean McKinnon May 2nd, 2008 Yay! Thanks for that! Reply tepapamuseum May 1st, 2008 Hey Jean – the videos of the talks won’t be available today sorry – but yes they will be available to watch on demand. Reply Jean McKinnon May 1st, 2008 will it be downloadable? I have to teach a marine ecology class later and don’t want to miss this! Reply tepapamuseum May 1st, 2008 The scientists are going to be giving a load of talks today at the museum. We will video and put them online for those of you that can’t make it to the building today! Here’s the schedule: 11am–12 noon: Kat Bolstad: Big Suckers: Giant Squid Research in New Zealand 12.30–1.30pm: Peter Batson: Here Be Monsters … A Dark Journey to the Ocean Underworld 2pm–3pm: Dr Eric Warrant: The Weird and Wonderful Eyes of Animals Who Live in the Dark and the Deep Sea 3.30pm–4.30pm: Dr Steve O’Shea: Squid: Small, Giant, and Colossal 5pm–6pm: Dr Tsunemi Kubodera: The Search for Giant Squid in Japanese Waters 6.30pm–8pm: Science Express – Colossal Squid – The Dissection (Espresso bar) http://www.tepapa.govt.nz/squid Reply Jean McKinnon May 1st, 2008 Thanks everybody involved….wish I could’ve been there and to see your talks Reply Emma May 1st, 2008 I must say that the brew reminded me (visually of course) of a light miso soup… I was in there for about an hour yesterday and could ‘taste’ the fixitives in the air. So no – I will not taste the mixture for you Reply Michelle, Cedric, Abbey & Cole May 1st, 2008 We are in Wellington and have been glued to the computer over the last few days. I think it is great the amount of people from around the world who have been able to share in this exciting and interesting event. Thanks again Reply June Griffiths April 30th, 2008 This is just so fascinating…. have done absolutely nothing all morning except checking up on your progress. Thank you. June Northern Ireland Reply Chris April 30th, 2008 Once more thanks again from chris in the USA it was very cool to see and I look forward to the Discovery show later this year. Reply chrispaulin April 30th, 2008 It can be used as sheepdip – know any farmers who want 10,000 litres of slightly used formalin in about a month’s time? Reply Wendy April 30th, 2008 what happens to the formaldehyde brew afterwards.Can it be reused? Reply Nicole April 30th, 2008 Earlier on they said the colossial squid is a boy and the giant one is a girl Reply Jeffrey April 30th, 2008 From what I remember hearing earlier they do not know what sex the squid is. It seems to have been getting murkier, probably from the squid itself. Not sure if there is too much they can do about it. Reply kent atkinson April 30th, 2008 What gender is the squid please, and if it is a male, what does the morphology suggest about its repoductive technique? thanks Reply artandmylife April 30th, 2008 Have been noticing the water getting murkier – is this bits’o’squid or what? Reply Leave a Reply Click here to cancel reply. Name (required) Mail (required) (will not be published) Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.