Dana Henderson of Mote looks at a small sea creature found by Sereena Feeney, 12, and Lauren Neily 12.
Ryan Appleby, 11, and Misha Fazlutdinov, 12, work on reporting their findings on the diversity and overall number of crabs change from Fall to Spring.
Imani Barnette, 11, was in charge of taking notes for her group, Friday, April 27.
Students were encouraged to use the small nets to catch crabs, seahorses, fish and other marine life and deposit them in buckets.
Phillip Cecil 12, and Lucas Macleod 12, look for seagrass.
Miranda Wrobel led the Out-of-Door Academy students in a game of Mote Jeopardy, Friday, April 27.
Chloe Flanders, 12, Pamela Davis, Zoe Fenn, 12, Christopher Lothman, 12, Taber Chadwick, 11, and Ian Martin, 12
Dana Henderson talks to the 6th graders about being safe out in the water and how to use their nets for their research projects.
Grace Jemisonâ€™s, 12, group found a lot of pollution and trash, especially pieces of wood, during their time outside.
Lauren Neily, 12, uses her net to find sea creatures.
Students raise their hands to answer questions during Jeopardy.
Half of Pamela Davisâ€™ class work out in the water on their research projects, Friday, April 27, at Mote Marine.