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Dusky's species is in major decline, and he's hit the road to let the world know: #SaveSharks
Dusky the #Shark boosts awareness ab his species at @floridaaquarium! His mission: #SaveDusky
It's time for GrubHub to stop listing #shark fin products, nationwide. Join our Thunderclap:
A common spiny lobster sits nestled among bryozoans, Neptune's lace, polychaete and algae. Balearic #Islands, Spain.
Seabird from below the surface. Juan Fernández Islands.
In "Offshore Energy by the Numbers," we find that wind boosts jobs & energy more than oil:
Great turnout in Satellite Beach! @Oceana finds Wind Would Produce More Jobs/Energy than Drilling Off Florida.
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From thriving to threatened: @MontereyAq explores how coral reefs are suffering in the wild:
Hey, neighbor. An ornate wrasse and a white seabream cross paths in a rocky seabed. La Gomera, Spain.
Scientists sequence bowhead #whale genome to unlock its longevity secrets:
That's one toothy grin. Photo by George Probst. Isla Guadalupe, Mexico. Spot more shark smiles at George's account: @iphotographsharks
We just discovered a new glass sponge species in the Mediterranean!
New year, new chances to protect the #wildlife we come across. Click the link in our bio to brush up on 5 steps you can take to keep sea #turtles out of harm's way. Photo: William Drumm | @williamdrumm
Ornate wrasses in motion. Murcia, Spain.
Exciting news! 25 towns have now spoken up against seismic airgun blasting in the Atlantic:
Watch a massive, rare and colourful shoal of sailfish hunt down their prey:
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Detail of the fiery eye of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua). If enough of us speak out on behalf of essential fish habitats in New England, we can help cod and other declining populations flourish again. Our opportunity is here: A new NEFMC rule could expand protections for important nursery areas from d
SIGN to protect essential fish habitats from destructive practices like trawling & dredging:
ICYMI: @NYTmag provides in-depth reporting on Shell's dangerous desperation for Arctic oil.
Instagram friends: Thank you for taking part in our efforts to protect the world's oceans throughout the past year. Ready to take on 2015?
It's hard to believe 2014 is already coming to an end. Take a look at Oceana's year in photos: