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How finding blue whale poop changed my life bit.ly/2cS42ad @ashadevos
Happy #SeaOtterAwarenessWeek! DYK that a group of sea otters is called a raft? bit.ly/2cCHFcG
#GlobalFishingWatch is built for NGOs. Here’s what @NatGeo explorer @Enric_Sala had to say: bit.ly/2cRRPCc
Happy #HumpDay! DYK that scientists believe humpback whales breach to communicate? bit.ly/1RKPNPm
Learn about these Sea Pens, which look like underwater quills: bit.ly/2cCZsRf via @azula
You could be eating endangered fish without even realizing it bit.ly/2cG55hm
This albino orca whale may look cool, but it might not be good news: bit.ly/2czWwEW via @azula
Join our end-of-summer campaign to help protect sea turtles, dolphins and other marine life bit.ly/2cG8BbD
92 penguins were given a 2nd chance at life after an oil spill: bit.ly/2cCtYaF via @azula
#Madrid bans trawling between Mallorca and Menorca bit.ly/2cG4QCU
Check out the incredible world of foraminifera bit.ly/2cCLsU8 via @azula
On certain mental tests, the cleaner wrasse outperforms chimps! Learn more: bit.ly/2cFWMSP
Meet the sea slug that more closely resembles a sheep: bit.ly/2cuoz8E via @azula
Mangroves live along tropical coastlines and serve as ecosystem engineers: bit.ly/2cDIgee
.@RedSox slugger David Ortiz gets a shark named after him: bit.ly/2cCO5Fv via @BostonGlobe
Our latest report found seafood swaps worldwide bit.ly/2cDIbas #SeafoodFraud #BaitAndSwitch
The female fiddler crab has an interesting - and smart - reason for playing the field: bit.ly/2cAg6xC
Is it too late to save Red Sea #sharks? bit.ly/2cCYODa
New species of coral, rare Dumbo octopus spotted during Pacific Ocean expedition bit.ly/2cCvCMB
Washed up whale died due to human interaction, officials say fxn.ws/2cC86fA
19th century ship logs reveal American whalers killed way more than just whales theatln.tc/2cCWRGZ
#DidYouKnow that killer whales can reach swimming speeds of up to 35 mph?! bit.ly/2cColcm
Long thought to be ecologically worthless, jellies may actually play big roles in food webs bit.ly/2c1nPYm
Cuttlefish may sound cute and "cuddly", but they've got some sneaky tricks up their sleeves bit.ly/2cCLqPc
The larger the marine animal, the greater the risk of extinction bit.ly/2cC62E6
 
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