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Love kombucha and kimchi? Wait until you try fermented fish.
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Today, geography offers no protection against anthropogenic climate change:
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Bunker vessels refuel ships at sea. Tracking suspicious movements of these vessels could help pinpoint illegal fishing activity.
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“If too many people flood in without any controls in place, it’s going to be a crisis.”
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Some of the world’s best-preserved underwater archaeological sites are sealed beneath blankets of :
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A new study shows that some penguins like their fish with a side of jelly:
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The Bahamas’ iconic conch could soon disappear via
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Great swaths of one of the “last great places on Earth” are undergoing drastic changes:
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Nancy Baron 14h
Thanks That was a mind blowing reporting experience albeit long ago. The fate of the salmon is the fate of the forest. When the salmon are missing, everyone goes hungry. That has not changed.
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“None of us had seen a turtle that big have a seizure that long.”
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Estuary Partnership Jan 15
Here's a beautiful long read, originally published in 2000, about the scientist who proved how much our forests depend on . via
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This group of humpback act like venus flytraps and wait for birds to scare fish into their mouths to grab a mouthful. Video
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A treatment borrowed from human medicine may soon give wildlife veterinarians a new tool to deal with increasingly common red tide poisonings.
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“None of us had seen a turtle that big have a seizure that long.”
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Hakai Magazine Jan 16
This article, "The Curious Case of Bermuda’s Mysterious Turtle", now has an audio edition. Have a listen on your favourite podcast app, or here:
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Hakai Magazine Jan 16
A treatment borrowed from human medicine may soon give wildlife veterinarians a new tool to deal with increasingly common red tide poisonings.
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Hakai Magazine Jan 15
Coastal Creatures:
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Orca Month BC Jan 15
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