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It was already time to speak out!

Well, this site was created to promote resources I’m producing during my graduate program (masther’s degree). Resources are mainly composed of photos and videos from the sea biscuit Clypeaster subdepressus from São Sebastião Channel (São Paulo, Brasil) during its development.

After 2 months of learning, installing, configuring, debugging, etc… I think this site is now ready to host these resources.

The site is organized in 2 parts. The gallery will host photos and videos and the blog where I’m going to put information about my project, evolution, tutorials, how to make videos, prepare photos, fertilize echinoderms…! It is also by the blog that you can interact with me leaving your comments on the posts. You can also contact me directly through the contact page.

Please send me suggestions for this site navigability or if you find any problems to visualize photos, videos or pages!

Resources will started to be uploaded on the second half of August for academic reasons.

For a start we have a video and an image!

This site content is free for academic uses. Please read carefully the terms of use and if you have any questions please contact me!

But who am I? Look here or browse through my personal website!

2 Responses to “First Comments”
  1. O Video é demais bem melhor que o “Buttman in Rio” e “As aventuras travessas de Silvia Saint e as bolachas do mar”. Muito bem produzido, por sinal, dá até vontade de comer essas bolachas. Não conceituaria o filme como pornô hardcore, acho que se encaixa, perfeitamente no estereótipo de erótico para cientistas. Fiquei depois dos letreiros esperando que algo acontecesse mas me enganaram, não tinha nada, nem final alternativo, pena.
    Parabéns pelo Video!

  2. achei super interessante, pois gostaria de ser bióloga quando crescer e ainda só tenho 11 anos.
    adoraria conhecer o mundo marinho