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Oceana

The scientific reason why #seaturtles cry bit.ly/1WfrFvT
Ray species around the world face many threats that could wipe out entire populations in the near future. Hundreds of ray species are accidently caught as a result of overfishing, in particular species that live in shallow waters where ships throw lines to catch other fish. Scientists believe that t
What will happen if #Brazil tries to cancel the national lists of threatened species? bit.ly/1Wmpre6
Celebrate #SlugAppreciationDay with our favorite kind of slugs, sea slugs! Nudibranchs, or sea slugs, are soft-bodied mollusks that are just as quirky looking as their name suggests. More than 3,000 nudibranch species exist and dot shallow water habitats around the world with their vibrant colors, s
TIME IS RUNNING OUT! Please, help save manatees in #Belize from deadly drift gill nets bit.ly/1WmnqPa
#TGIF from the smooth trunkfish who looks ready to celebrate a long weekend. 📷: Shutterstock/Brian Lasenby #trunkfish #oceans #cute #Friday #holiday #MemorialDay
#US shrimp production comes with its own issues bit.ly/1Wg6ObV
For the endangered American Eel, a long, slippery road to recovery bit.ly/1TYEBQJ
Thresher sharks are known for their extremely long tails that in some cases can be longer than the rest of an adult's whole body. Scientists think thresher sharks are highly migratory, known to frequent tropical and temperate latitudes of the Pacific and Indian Oceans. Much like a swordfish’s or blu
LAST CHANCE: Donate now to save manatees from death by net in Belize bit.ly/1OJ84w9
Sea turtle tourism attracts over 500,000 visitors to the coastal SE annually bit.ly/1Wg7eir #SaveSeaTurtles
During the Oceana Philippines expedition to Benham Rise, our baited remote underwater video system caught footage of a beautiful marble ray checking out the bait bag attached to our camera. While on expedition, the team plans to document and analyze marine life living in Benham Bank in the northeast
One way to get rid of harmful invasive species? Eat them! bit.ly/1TZ3V90
Hundreds of threatened species are still left with no protection in #Brazil bit.ly/1Wmpre6 @OceanaBrasil
Believe it or not, this fish will grow up to be bright blue when its older! Adult blue tangs are vibrant blue or soft purple, but juveniles are solid yellow until they grow older. These smaller fish will live among dead coral or in mangrove forests in more protected waters until they mature. Photo:
Manatees are dying from drift gill nets and they need your help. ACT NOW: bit.ly/1WmnqPa
New research suggest that the more turtles in a nest, the faster they escape bit.ly/20GJBht
Researchers are using a mobile app to find endangered right whales huff.to/1sRB29c
Dolphin snot might play a crucial role in echolocation wapo.st/1sRkXA9
Dolphin snot might play a crucial role in echolocation wapo.st/1sRkXA9
Why #BenhamRise is a new ecological frontier in the Philippines bit.ly/1OLCs9i
WATCH: Could sustainable aquaculture be possible today? bit.ly/1ONAllc
#DidYouKnow An accidental shipwreck can be the perfect home for some ocean species and the foundation for new coral. Steel parts of a sunken ship provide the perfect space for an artificial reef and fish, sharks and rays may soon start to frequent the wreck and hide from predators. 📷: © OCEANA / Ca
New maps show the ocean's plastic problem- each dot represents 44 lbs of plastic! bit.ly/1WjnLC8 via @azula
 
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