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Stephaniebreza
Love nature, music, dance, photography, all animals on land and ocean. Truth, honesty, compassion-learn it, live it, teach it
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Colleen Gorman 19h
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Dolphin Project 20h
Planning on organizing or attending any demos against dolphin captivity? 🐬 If so, be sure to grab some of 's downloadable resources.
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Crying such a beautiful story. Thank you Hero 💗
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The Dodo 19h
Even after losing her arms, Karamel was so feisty and playful — and the guy who rescued her decided he would do anything in the world so that she could run again 😭💚
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Daniel Schneider 22h
Yesterday picked up 3 tonnes of trash from its beaches, mostly plastic, for . But that's a drop in the bucket. Hong Kong throws out 152 tonnes of single use plastic utensils a year. That's one City! We're drowning in plastic.
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Quad Finn 19h
It's possible Humpbacks may be breaking up Orca attacks on other species to deny a predator of their own calves sustenance & to make orcas think twice about attacking humpbacks in the future. Animals act in their best interests even if their motivations are not always clear to us
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Stephaniebreza 17h
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Gross 🤢
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Daniel Schneider 22h
This 13 year old boy hunted a Himalayan Ibex in Northern Pakistan. Turns out his licence was for a different region than the kill and illegally obtained. The mother, upset with the fines, says "next time we'll just go to to fulfill my son's hobby" of .
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Whale_Sanctuary Apr 22
Big thanks to volunteers Mitchell Bloemker and Jean Breheney, who represented the Whale Sanctuary Project at the Wildlife Conservation Network's Spring Expo in Redwood City CA, yesterday. A day dedicated to wildlife.
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Sheldrick Wildlife Apr 22
Over the years, we have successfully rescued more than 200 orphaned milk dependent infant elephants. Get to know some of the 84 orphans currently dependent on us, each with a very unique personality, here:
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Stephaniebreza Apr 22
Replying to @Quad_Finn
Thank you ❤️
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Tom Hall ☘ Mar 3
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Stephaniebreza Apr 22
Replying to @Quad_Finn
Why doesn’t other whales help? Are they loaners? Each footage I see it’s always just the Mom. Poor mom.
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Quad Finn Apr 21
Incredible drone video of a Gray Whale protecting her calf from an attack by the CA140s (Emma's Group) this week in Monterey Bay. To stop the Orcas from drowning her calf, the mother actually lifts her 7-tonne baby completely out of the water! The huge orca bull is Liner (CA163).
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Quad Finn Apr 19
A new Transient Orca calf appeared this week in the Salish Sea. Here's T065A6 next to new mom T065A & older brother T065A5. Young orca calves lack the thick blubber layer of older orcas, which causes blood vessels to show through their white skin, giving them an orange appearance
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Stephaniebreza Apr 21
Replying to @Quad_Finn
Thank you for your information! I learn something new every day 😊. I wondered about the coloration.
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Stephaniebreza Apr 21
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Quad Finn Apr 20
Another new Orca calf has appeared in the Salish Sea. Little T049A5 is surrounded here by the T049A family. Even though they share the same waters, Transient orcas are thriving with abundant marine mammal prey while Southern Residents aren't because there isn't enough Chinook.
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Daniel Schneider Apr 20
Ghost Nets are the scourge of the Oceans. They are abandoned fishing Nets drifting randomly through our Oceans trapping , , , , , etc. I call on the fishing industry to clean up their garbage for and
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Quad Finn Apr 20
Orcas, including the CA140s, attack a Gray Whale mother & calf in Monterey Bay on Wednesday. The orcas try to drown the calf by ramming, biting & throwing themselves on top of the calf so that it can't surface to breathe. The big male is CA10, an old guy I haven't seen in years.
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