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Edith Widder : Comment on a trouvé le calmar géant

TED2013 · 8:38 · Filmed Feb 2013
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L'espèce humaine cherche le calmar géant (Architeuthis) depuis qu'elle sait prendre des photos sous l'eau. Mais l'insaisissable prédateur des eaux profondes n'a jamais été capturé en vidéo. L'océanographe et inventrice Edith Widder fait part de l'approche-clé — et du travail d'équipe — qui a aidé à filmer le calmar pour la première fois.

Marine biologist
Edith Widder combines her expertise in research and technological innovation with a commitment to stopping and reversing the degradation of our marine environment. Full bio
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