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There's disease in any wild population, said lead researcher Lori H. Schwacke, branch chief of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's Centers for Coastal Ocean Science. But we just haven't seen animals that were in such bad shape as
Scientists think they have figured out how a trove of ancient marine mammal fossils ended up in a Chilean desert 40 metres above sea level. The fossils were found at Cerro Ballena Spanish for "whale hill" in Chile's Atacama desert in 2010 by crews
Proposed federal environmental guidelines released Thursday would protect endangered North Atlantic right whales from offshore seismic testing aimed at sizing up oil and gas reserves from Delaware to Florida. The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management
Researchers only had two weeks to analyse the fossils as the site was soon to be covered by the Pan-American Highway...Professor Pyenson brought a team of Smithsonian 3D imaging experts to Chile, who spent a week scanning the entire dig site. Anyone
Max 23° Min 15° Endangered bottlenose dolphins at risk from boat race Massey University, Fuseworks February 25, 2014, 7:29 pm A series of boat races dubbed "the equivalent of Formula One" in the Bay of Islands on March 1 will put the lives of
Pierce Brosnan , actor, producer and environmentalist, has released a video drawing attention to a Navy training plan that will put the safety of whales at risk. Navy over this plan that demonstrates a blatant disregard for marine mammal life.
The three sea otters, an endangered species that was hunted nearly to extinction during the early 20th century, were all found dead last fall on a Monterey Peninsula beach, according to federal wildlife authorities who announced the reward on Friday.
Strange marine mammals of ancient North Pacific revealed University of Otago, Fuseworks February 6, 2014, 9:00 am The pre-Ice Age marine mammal community of the North Pacific formed a strangely eclectic scene, research by a Geology PhD student at New
The Japanese whaling fleet this year just a factory ship, three catchers and what is being called a surveillance vessel left Shimonoseki in Yamaguchi Prefecture in secret on Dec. Southern Ocean and its annual hunt that will keep it away from home
Last week, the world waited in horror to find out what would happen to the sweet baby albino dolphin caught amidst the Taiji dolphin slaughter disaster. Unfortunately, we knew the ending to the dolphin massacre before it even began, but the fate of