The deepest point of the Earth's oceans lies within the Mariana Trench, located 35,840 feet below the surface, or approximately seven miles. Hard to imagine, the deep sea is host to all kinds of life that actually thrive in this environment.
What #whale and #dolphin Rescues Do Not Tell You: Omission of Information.
The omission of information is a serious problem that plagues stranding field. While it is not entirely clear whether it happens intentionally or out of ignorance, the result is all the same, namely the public is not given all information available. It is also important for stranded animals’ well-being because infinite perpetuation of false beliefs and untested assumptions hampers their chances of survival.
OCEAN PARK — “I know radiation and I can guarantee that the debris from the [March 11, 2011] Japanese earthquake and tsunami will not be a public health threat to the West Coast of the United States,” Al Conklin told a throng of about 75 people at...
A GOVERNMENT-RUN research body has found in an extensive study of corals spanning more than 1000km of Australia's coastline that the past 110 years of ocean warming has been good for their growth. (Thought Algore said the science was settled?
Animal Rights. This blog started after a cold, wet winter night, when a transport trailer carrying pigs crashed, spilling several pigs onto a busy highway. Some were hit by oncoming cars and later shot by police officers.
"A dead whale was found washed ashore Sunday morning in the Ocean View area of Norfolk. The male Sei whale is about 42-feet-long and was found along the surf near First View Street". No Mention of Sonar!
SALT LAKE CITY - Radioactive contamination from the Fukushima power plant disaster has been detected as far as almost 400 miles off Japan in the Pacific Ocean, with water showing readings of up to 1,000 times more than prior levels, scientists...