Roane State Community College associate professor Bruce Cantrell talks about an upcoming 72-day stay under the ocean that's both an educational endeavor and an attempt to break a world record. Listening is adjunct instructor Jessica Fain, who is also participating. In front is a spiny dogfish shark ready for dissection.
Roane State Community College associate professor Bruce Cantrell talks about an upcoming 72-day stay under the ocean that's both an educational endeavor and an attempt to break a world record. Listening is adjunct instructor Jessica Fain, who is also participating. In front is a spiny dogfish shark ready for dissection.
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published Sunday, February 9th, 2014
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