Where is the Sea Hare’s Shell?
Bermuda Beasts

Where is the Sea Hare’s Shell?

These marine gastropods are some of the largest sea slugs in the ocean. They look like hardly more than a clump of fabric underwater, but upon closer inspection, divers will find the billowing body of the sea hare, which appears to have a little snout and two ‘rabbit ears,’ giving it its name. The sea hare (Aplysia dactylomela) can commonly be found in tide pools or seagrass beds. Another popular spot is the reefs off of Fort St. Catherine.  …


Nature | Our Bermuda

Panic is Routine

This article was written by Park Breck and first appeared in the April 1960 issue of The Bermudian. It has been reproduced for the web with original spelling and photographs.    It was one of those soft, summery Bermuda afternoons…


Recipes

Mediterranean Tuna Steaks

A friend calls - they've been fishing and have some tuna steaks for you! You're not dreaming, it's just a good day.Try whipping up this easy, delicious mediterranean inspired dish. Tomatoes, olives, capers, and garlic? Yes, please! Ingredients6 tablespoons olive…


Bermuda Beasts | Nature

How Did The Beardfish Get It’s Name?

The Bermuda Beardfish, as it is commonly named, marks a new discovery in the beardfish species. The new species falls under the genus Polymixia, and was discovered on Bermuda’s deep slope. Here are a few more interesting facts about this…


People

Polly Hornburg: “Bermuda Girl”

This article is taken from our archives. It first appeared in The Bermudian in January 1957. It is replicated here exactly how it appeared originally.  In the winter of 1950 Polly Hornburg sat in her dining room, wondering a bit…

Culture

Photo Album: Vintage Cup Match

It's every Bermudian's favourite time of year! We at The Bermudian couldn't be more excited that Cup Match is right around the corner and are celebrating by pulling some of our favourite Cup Match photos from our archives. So put…