[Coral-List] marine animal replicas and educational materials

mdemetr at biophi.org mdemetr at biophi.org
Mon Feb 3 10:20:54 EST 2014

Hi Joseph, 
Leave only bubbles specializes in marine education materials

Also, for posters, you can go to http://www.noaa.gov/index.html and put poster in the search bar. This will take you to a large list of noaa pages that have downloadable posters. You may be able to get printed large ones if you contact the noaa programs directly. Also, you can do the same thing at the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission http://myfwc..com/ site. I would guess that each state has a similar agency that would have similar resources. 

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Melissa K. Demetrikopoulos, Ph.D.
Director of Scientific Communications and
Chair, Division of Program Development and Assessment
Institute for Biomedical Philosophy
PO Box 1528
Dunedin, FL 34697
TEL: 305-240-1522 
mdemetr at BioPhi.org

Message: 5Date: Sat, 1 Feb 2014 18:33:29 -0800 (PST)From: joseph paul Subject: [Coral-List] Marine animal replicas/puppets and other marineTo: "coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov" Message-ID:	<1391308409.62147.YahooMailNeo at web162606.mail.bf1.yahoo.com>Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1Dear Listers,Does anyone know of producers or suppliers of marine animal replicas/puppets/inflatables or anything else marine or maritime (boat models, coral reef models, mangrove models, second hand divers suit and helmet model, nautical equipments, lighthouse model, oil rig model, warship model, offshore wind farm, sea weed model, oyster or mussel rack and ren, fish cages) ?which can be used for educational purposes. If not as models any source of maps or print out posters.I have got information on the very small replicas/puppets/toys from internet searches, i am looking for slightly larger ones.Joseph Paul------------------------------.

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