A discovery in the Gulf of Maine by a sharp-eyed Colby student biologist attracted the attention of scientists interested in the effects of climate change. Corin Balan ’18 was on a research trip when he found a small orange fish in a tide pool in Acadia National Park. After the photo was posted online, the students learned the fish was a short bigeye, a species rarely seen as far north as Cape Cod. An anomaly? Habitat expansion? Balan and Visiting Assistant Professor of Biology Seabird McKeon, who is affiliated with the Smithsonian Institution and studies climate change and range expansions, are mulling the question.