I have a nephew named Ben Titus who’s seeking his Phd in marine biology at Ohio State. He’s the son of my sister Jeanne and the business professor in this column. Ben has put together the video below in a crowd-sourcing effort to raise money to fund a research trip to the Florida Keys.
It looks like a pretty interesting subject. Who knew that sea anemone-cleaner shrimp symbiosis helps keep Caribbean fish like grouper and snapper healthy, for future good eating? Not me.
I can tell you this, if Ben ever bombs out as a marine biologist, he might have a future as a headline writer/copy editor.
He could have done a lot worse than Sexy Shrimp and a lot of Tentacle Love!
Maybe he’s got the old newsroom genes. . .