New research connects recent changes in the movement of North Atlantic right whales to decreased food availability and rising temperatures in the Gulf of Maine’s deep waters. Right whales have been showing up in unexpected places in recent years, putting the endangered species at increased risk. The study provides insights …
Killer whales in the Southern Ocean are still reeling from the devastating impact of culling by illegal fisherman more than 20 years ago, research from Deakin University has found.
The penguins swam halfway to Antarctica, in areas where the warm northern waters collide with the cold waters of the south. Then they swam back New Zealand.
Although gill netting in the area has been made illegal, efforts to halt the declines and enforce the ban by the Mexican authorities have had limited success.
The findings, reported in a new study published in Animal Conservation, highlighted dog attacks on some 80 species, including threatened ones dwindling in numbers, such as the golden langur (Trachypithecus geei), the great Indian bustard (Ardeotis nigriceps) and the green sea turtle (Chelonia mydas).
Marine aquariums are a multimillion-dollar a year business and an obsession for many people. Each year about 10 million tropical fish are imported into the U.S., more than to any other country.
Scientists expect the world’s fisheries to be, on average, 20 percent less productive in the year 2300, with those in the North Atlantic down nearly 60 percent and those in much of the western Pacific experiencing declines of more than 50 percent.
The amount of brutally and suffering endured by 10 Pacific white sided dolphins defies description. Their fierce devotion to each other has been their downfall over the past 9 days.
New economic developments in the Arctic, such as trans-Arctic shipping and oil exploitation, will bring along unprecedented risks of marine oil spills.
The team noticed that there were a number of dogs behind Sai Baba Temple. They spotted a sea turtle on the beach and on closer inspection, found that the adult female Olive Ridley turtle that had come to nest had been attacked and bitten by some of the dogs.
Cove Monitors were concerned this morning when no other banger boats followed the three that first returned to the harbor.
Strong waves, rough sea dump waste along city’s coastline; Versova and Juhu the worst affected; civic body has cleared 26 truckloads so far.