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ORCA Jul 3
Noise really affects . Research has found as engine noise went up, mothers spent less time resting, their breathing rate increased and they swam faster. Individual impacts will ultimately lead to population consequences.
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Grouci Nov 12
captive It's a for ! cetaceans in captivity last June. Whales, dolphins or porpoises will no longer be captured for use as waterpark attractions.
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Alex Cagan Jan 21
How do majestic live so long and grow so large? What secrets of and might we find in their genomes? Love working on somatic mutation across species ⁦⁩, also love the new animation features of ⁦⁩, my first animation!
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Bex Lynam Aug 7
The minke whales have definitely arrived on the coast!! 🐋 Great start to our survey out of Whitby with , &
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Warriors4Wildlife_Int™ 🌐Ⓥ🐾 Apr 15
: Hunting against better knowledge. ’s🇳🇴 quota of 1,278 is five times higher than ’s🇯🇵. This mindless slaughter of conflicts with science, international agreements and ethical norms. View Article @ 🐳🐳
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LolaMarina NATURE Defender on ISLAND mode Mar 5
Eye to eye with a Humpback Whale in Antarctica via by Richard Sidey
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Andrea Garfield Aug 2
Absolutely AMAZING!💙AWWWE!! 🐬 is playing with a 🐶💋🐾in the ocean!! 🥰 Isn't this incredible!! Pure joy innocence and happiness! 😅💖🌟 ROCK! 🙏
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Chris Masna Jan 20
Doing more renders and animations of this big boy hoping to pump sales a bit.
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Ellen Coombs Jul 10
Wonky pub out today! Looking at the of cranial asymmetry in . This is the second chapter from my PhD with . Published in 🐋
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Brydon Thomason Dec 29
One of the worlds rarest & smallest dolphins- Hector’s Dolphins, Akaroa, South Island, New Zealand. One of two subspecies found in , along with Māui they are NZ’s only two endemic cetaceans. (On boat trip with Black Cat Cruises)
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ℂ𝕝𝕚𝕠𝕟𝕒 𝕊𝕡𝕝𝕒𝕤𝕙 Jul 18
Made a tutorial about whale/dolphin flukes. It's pretty large.
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Tilen Genov Dec 14
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African Aquatic CF May 22
On we are proud to continue our work to study and educate people about African , , and healthy .
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Marine Connection Dec 12
Incidental capture in fishing operations is the biggest threat to but research shows placing LED lights on gillnets reduces the chances of being caught in the deadly gear. Image: Pro Delphinus
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SMRU Jun 1
Check this paper on methods to track movements of small around structures by , , and
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WCS Canada Feb 4
Scientists from use acoustic recorders to figure out if and when and are present in an area! The recorders also allow them to listen to noises that might disturb the species, like shipping.
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Nathalie Cohen Dec 1
With both whales & narwhals in the news, here’s a link to a paper I wrote a few years ago looking at the archaeology of 📷 The Danny Jewel
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Andy Williams Mar 31
Some really great news concerning my first ever record of a Humpback whale in Scottish waters in June 2018- it has been re-sighted off Cape Verde earlier this month!
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IUCN Mediterranean Cooperation Centre Nov 20
Fishery is a threat to in the Med, and strandings with typical signs of fishing gear entanglement remain common. Fishers, NGOs & authorities are in a key role when it comes to sustainable practices to . Learn more:
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Robert Lufkin MD Nov 24
, such as beluga whales, dolphins and humpback whales, blow bubble rings. sometimes engage in complex play behaviors, creating bubble rings on purpose, seemingly for amusement. use another type of bubble ring when they forage for fish.
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