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Oceana

Long thought to be ecologically worthless, jellyfish may actually play a big role in ocean food webs. bit.ly/2lDnoWJ
Fins from up to 73 million sharks end up in the global fin trade every year. Tell Congress we need a #FinBanNow. bit.ly/2lDs7HM
Can understanding whether fish fart help scientists protect humpback whales? bit.ly/2miSS1q
The @OceanaCAN team will soon set off where few scientists have gone before - deep into the Gulf of St. Lawrence bit.ly/2mimEmL
It's #TurtleTuesday! Do you know how far hawksbill turtles will travel to their preferred nesting ground? Find out: bit.ly/2mi5VjJ
When you become a 2017 Oceana member with a donation of $20 or more, we'll send you a Chico bag as our gift to you! bit.ly/2l2pBKF
The mako shark is the fastest of all shark species in our oceans: bit.ly/2l35oE9
[Infographic] Fish contribute to the income of more than 10% of the world population. Learn more here: bit.ly/2l39gFo
New species of marine worm discovered in Antarctica bit.ly/2lfQBVh
Read a digital copy of the latest issue of Oceana's magazine here: bit.ly/2lfGuQo
Don't be sluggish! The colorful #seaslug is here to the rescue bit.ly/2l2OqpM
Sea turtles are racing toward extinction in our oceans. Become a 2017 Oceana member today to help save them: bit.ly/2l2pBKF
The Hawaiian monk seal loves to sleep, because who doesn't? bit.ly/2cu2U0f
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Do you know where the guineafowl puffer gets its name? Find out here: bit.ly/2lfOK2S
Each Portuguese man o' war is actually a colony of several small individual organisms, each with a specialized job!
Are dolphins Getting High … Off of blow fish? bit.ly/2l1Rvq2 via @azula
Can you tell what animal this is close-up? bit.ly/2lfrz8Y
From sea to plate: How plastic got into our fish bit.ly/2l2W3MQ via @guardian
This fish is one of the ocean's fastest and strongest predators: bit.ly/2l2RB0y
Squid use a kind of alphabet to control their camouflage ability bit.ly/2lP6XY2
Can you name this fish? Reveal the answer here: bit.ly/2haA6I5
Penguins are up against a lot these days bit.ly/2lfwMO3
There are many ways to support @Oceana and ocean conservation. Pick one (or three!) here: bit.ly/2k1VBPr
 
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