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How finding blue whale poop changed my life @ashadevos
Happy #SeaOtterAwarenessWeek! DYK that a group of sea otters is called a raft?
#GlobalFishingWatch is built for NGOs. Here’s what @NatGeo explorer @Enric_Sala had to say:
Happy #HumpDay! DYK that scientists believe humpback whales breach to communicate?
Learn about these Sea Pens, which look like underwater quills: via @azula
You could be eating endangered fish without even realizing it
This albino orca whale may look cool, but it might not be good news: via @azula
Join our end-of-summer campaign to help protect sea turtles, dolphins and other marine life
92 penguins were given a 2nd chance at life after an oil spill: via @azula
#Madrid bans trawling between Mallorca and Menorca
Check out the incredible world of foraminifera via @azula
On certain mental tests, the cleaner wrasse outperforms chimps! Learn more:
Meet the sea slug that more closely resembles a sheep: via @azula
Mangroves live along tropical coastlines and serve as ecosystem engineers:
.@RedSox slugger David Ortiz gets a shark named after him: via @BostonGlobe
Our latest report found seafood swaps worldwide #SeafoodFraud #BaitAndSwitch
The female fiddler crab has an interesting - and smart - reason for playing the field:
Is it too late to save Red Sea #sharks?
New species of coral, rare Dumbo octopus spotted during Pacific Ocean expedition
Washed up whale died due to human interaction, officials say
19th century ship logs reveal American whalers killed way more than just whales
#DidYouKnow that killer whales can reach swimming speeds of up to 35 mph?!
Long thought to be ecologically worthless, jellies may actually play big roles in food webs
Cuttlefish may sound cute and "cuddly", but they've got some sneaky tricks up their sleeves
The larger the marine animal, the greater the risk of extinction
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