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Chemical pollution gets to Antarctic marine bird colonies Ban on use of gillnets made permanent for Vaquita porpoise More than 90 dead dolphins on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast this summer Sabah tourist Island Mabul turns bloody with floating dead sharks Sections of Great Barrier Reef suffering from 'complete ecosystem collapse' South Africa's great white sharks on verge of extinction A new power plant could devastate the world’s largest mangrove forest Lawyer says polar bear shooting stinks Birds on top of the world, with nowhere to go Flesh-eating mice threaten to wipe out rare birds on wildlife paradise island Researcher says warmer waters in Nova Scotia 'ocean hotspot' killing off kelp forests It’s official: ‘Butanding’ an endangered species Mediterranean monk seals' last shelters under threat New UN-backed survey reveals ‘alarming’ damage to high seas and marine ecosystems Algae outbreak may be killing manatees in Florida Alarming number of sea birds found dead on Victoria beaches Ocean warming to blame for Antarctic Peninsula glacier retreat Closing parts of the ocean to fishing not enough to protect marine ecosystems Weathered oil in Gulf of Mexico may threaten development of fish embryos and larvae China condemned for massive coral reef destruction Ocean warming and acidification impact on calcareous phytoplankton and reduce its ability to sequest Alaska's shorebirds exposed to mercury Black market caviar threatens California's giant fish Risk of ‘sea desertification’ challenges Vietnam Damage wrought by acidic oceans hurts more than marine life, lasts longer than Govt urged to step up efforts to protect Maui's dolphin Prehistoric demise of Chathams sea lion a stark warning for conservation of NZ sea lion Massive mangrove die-off on Gulf of Carpentaria worst in the world, says expert 60% of Loggerhead turtles stranded on beaches in South Africa had ingested plastic Activists raise alarm after Hong Kong customs seize 880kg haul of banned shark fins

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Polar bears seen killing and eating dolphins that have been forced north by global warming

Polar bears seen killing and eating dolphins that have been forced north by global warmingBears have been seen catching and eating dolphins for the first time ever, after the marine mammals were left stuck in the Arctic Ocean because of global warming... Source
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Environment

Turtles

60% of Loggerhead turtles stranded on beaches in South Africa had ingested plastic

July 11, 2016,

Turtle herpes outbreak hints at Great Barrier Reef contamination

July 5, 2016,

Turtles increasingly at risk, say experts, as concern for wider health of Great Barrier Reef grows

July 5, 2016,

Trawlers under lens after dead turtles found on Puri beach

January 21, 2016,

Marine Mamals

Sharks

Sabah tourist Island Mabul turns bloody with floating dead sharks

July 21, 2016,

South Africa's great white sharks on verge of extinction

July 20, 2016,

It’s official: ‘Butanding’ an endangered species

July 18, 2016,

Activists raise alarm after Hong Kong customs seize 880kg haul of banned shark fins

July 8, 2016,

Sea Birds

Polar Bears

Lawyer says polar bear shooting stinks

July 20, 2016,

Rapid environmental change drives increased land use by an Arctic marine predator

June 13, 2016,

Polar bears are swimming more as sea ice retreats, study indicates

April 20, 2016,

Climate change could slash polar bear numbers 30% by 2050

November 19, 2015,

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