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10 industries at risk from Trump's offshore oil and gas drilling proposal

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Killer Whales and Chimpanzees Have Similar Personalities

Killer Whales and Chimpanzees Have Similar Personalities | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
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From the humpback to the Antarctic blue: why do whales sing?

From the humpback to the Antarctic blue: why do whales sing? | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Sometimes a whale just wants to change its tune. That’s one of the things researchers have learnt recently by eavesdropping on whales in several parts of the world and listening for changes in their pattern and pitch. Together, the new studies suggest that whales are not just whistling in the water, but constantly evolving a form of communication that we are only beginning to
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Surfer attacked by two great whites off Esperance marries woman who saved his life | Daily

Surfer attacked by two great whites off Esperance marries woman who saved his life | Daily | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Sean Pollard, 27, was mauled by the sharks on a surfing trip in Esperance, Western Australia in 2014, and as he stumbled out of the water, his then-girlfriend Claire Oakford rushed to his side.
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Fishing horror stories

Fishing horror stories | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Fishing is something lots of people love to do, but some people have encountered scary experiences along the way. Here are some scary fishing stories.
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Menindee: Darling River dead Murray cod still surfacing after mass fish kill

Menindee: Darling River dead Murray cod still surfacing after mass fish kill | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Even more dead fish are turning up in the Darling River at Menindee, about 10 days after a mass die-off in the far-western NSW region killed off as many as 1 million fish.
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Replica of Qiqi the Yangtze dolphin on exhibit 18 years after her death - Global Times

Replica of Qiqi the Yangtze dolphin on exhibit 18 years after her death - Global Times | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
An exact replica of Qiqi the
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How hagfish can make enough slime to clog a shark's jaws in seconds

How hagfish can make enough slime to clog a shark's jaws in seconds | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Hagfish use slime to clog up sharks’ jaws in milliseconds, and it’s the water drag generated when the shark inhales that helps the slime form so quickly
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Researchers release photos and video of southern resident orca calf

Researchers release photos and video of southern resident orca calf | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
WATCH: An encounter with L Pod on Jan. 11, 2019. (Center for Whale Research/YouTube).  Whale researchers say the new baby southern resident killer whale was “bouncing around” between five other members of the L pod during an encounter last Friday. L124, or “Lucky,” was spotted beside its mother L77 last Thursday in Puget Sound while …
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KUOW - Banned Fish Trap Returns To Columbia As Sustainable Way To Catch Salmon

KUOW - Banned Fish Trap Returns To Columbia As Sustainable Way To Catch Salmon | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
About half the salmon swimming up the Columbia River come from hatcheries — raised to be caught by fishermen. The rest are wild. And many of those salmon are protected under the Endangered Species Act.
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'One fish at a time': Indonesia lands remarkable victory | Environment | The Guardian

'One fish at a time': Indonesia lands remarkable victory | Environment | The Guardian | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Tuna fishery gains first MSC gold standard after nation’s huge push to boost stocks, protect livelihoods and ban foreign vessels
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Gavin Newsom's budget calls for new tax on drinking water

Gavin Newsom's budget calls for new tax on drinking water | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
In order to help disadvantaged communities obtain safe drinking water, California governor Gavin Newsom is proposing a new statewide tax on drinking water.
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SeaWorld uses playful otters, killer whales and giant sea turtles to reconnect with visitors  

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Eilat's dolphins whistle 'in memory' of deceased pod pals, study shows - Nature & Environment - Haaretz.com

Eilat's dolphins whistle 'in memory' of deceased pod pals, study shows - Nature & Environment - Haaretz.com | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Red Sea dolphins imitate a unique sound that's in effect the 'name' of another dolphin, even after it has died – proof that animals are capable of expressing a profound memory, researchers say
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Mathematical model can save Bengal tiger, blue whale

Mathematical model can save Bengal tiger, blue whale | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Scientists say they have developed a novel mathematical model that may help prevent the extinction of endangered species such as blue whale, Bengal tiger and the green turtle.
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Shark attack at Perth's North Cottesloe beach | Daily

Shark attack at Perth's North Cottesloe beach | Daily | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Isabella Brett-Jensen was at Perth's North Cottesloe beach on Monday morning when she was attacked just seconds after entering the water.
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'Drought, climate change and mismanagement': What experts think caused the death of a million Menindee fish - Science News

'Drought, climate change and mismanagement': What experts think caused the death of a million Menindee fish - Science News | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The sight of more than a million fish floating belly up on the Darling River at Menindee has thrown doubt over the management of the Murray-Darling Basin. Here's what we know about the mass deaths, and what experts say could be to blame.
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Shark attack victim Sean Pollard weds woman who helped save his life

Shark attack victim Sean Pollard weds woman who helped save his life | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
After being attacked by two great whites, there is an expectation that little would scare Bunbury paralympian Sean Pollard.
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Fish story: How a coelacanth discovery set off a flurry of science, subterfuge | Human Nature - Conservation International Blog

Fish story: How a coelacanth discovery set off a flurry of science, subterfuge | Human Nature - Conservation International Blog | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Exploring the vital connections between nature's well-being and our own.
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Solving the mystery of Ocean Beach's lone whale tail | abc7news.com

A dead whale's tail has washed up on Ocean Beach, without any other signs of its carcass. Here's how it got there.
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Thai cave rescue new details reveal boys were sedated and hand hands cable tied | WHO Magazine

Thai cave rescue new details reveal boys were sedated and hand hands cable tied | WHO Magazine | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The Thai Cave rescue gripped the world, with the parents of the 12 boys and their coach fearing for 10 days that their boys may not still be alive. But against all odds, they were found safe and alive, before an extremely dangerous rescue mission took place.
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Concerned marine divers rescue two sick seals

Concerned marine divers rescue two sick seals | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
A WILDLIFE hospital cared for seals taken in by concerned divers.
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New sustainable way to create plastics from seaweed | ISRAEL21c

New sustainable way to create plastics from seaweed | ISRAEL21c | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Israeli discovery overcomes need for fertile soil and fresh water in the creation of eco-friendly bioplastics by using saltwater seaweed.
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Fiji turning to coral gardening to save its lucrative South Pacific reefs from bleaching - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

Fiji turning to coral gardening to save its lucrative South Pacific reefs from bleaching - ABC News (Australian Broadcasting Corporation) | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
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