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A California nonprofit is asking teenagers to more deeply consider the environment around them
Indeed, the California nonprofit LEAF has challenged the next generation to make eco-statements through 30- or 60-second “ecommericals,” the best of which win prizes.Read More →
Paul Bunyard films the poetry-in-motion spectacle of nature, puts it to music
A photographer captured the imagination with still photos of a gorilla, two dolphins, and a giant bird painted in the sky by starling murmuration.Read More →
Mammal had become anchored to seafloor and could barely keep head above water; 'Upon being freed, it simply swam off'
A juvenile humpback whale that was spotted Thursday tangled in fishing gear was rescued Friday morning off the coast of New Jersey.Read More →
'Ming the mollusk' was previously believed to be 405 years old, but new research pegs its birthday at 1499, seven years after Columbus reached America
Scientists in North Wales were already aware that they had experienced a major "Oops!" moment when they placed a deep-sea clam they had found in 2006 off Iceland into a freezer for future study.Read More →
Photograph and video lend unique perspective of spectacular event off California, involving thousands, perhaps millions of bait fish
But it's not often that one of these swirling bait balls contains perhaps millions of anchovies and is large enough to dwarf, by many times, the large predators they're trying so desperately to avoid.Read More →
Whiskie the Whale Spotter, who likes to sit in the captain's chair, cannot control her emotions during spectacular feeding frenzy in Monterey Bay
Nobody seems as excited by the sight of feeding sea lions as Whiskie the whale-spotting dogRead More →
They hope to learn more about the mysterious orcas after first-ever tagging effort, and with first-ever underwater footage captured by nearby photographers
Researchers off Kona, Hawaii, on Friday documented an extremely rare sighting of killer whales, including at least two that were playing host to hitchhiking remoras (see top photo).Read More →
Last previous sighting was a mammal killed by whalers in 1951; it's the most endangered whale species on earth
A North Pacific right whale has been spotted off British Columbia for the second time since June, which is remarkable considering that the last previous sighting in the region was in 1951.Read More →
Scientists use DNA, other analysis to uncover fourth ‘Sousa’ species; new information will help determine management decisions to protect mammals
A previously unidentified species of humpback dolphin was found in waters off northern Australia, a discovery that will provide scientific evidence for helping to manage and protect the marine mammal considered vulnerable and near threatened, the Wildlife Conservation Society announced Tuesday.Read More →
Sighting of 12- to 14-foot predator occurs three miles off Dana Point; 'Passengers were screaming, they were so excited'
Passengers aboard a whale-watching boat off Dana Point in Southern California enjoyed a rare great white shark sighting Thursday afternoon.Read More →
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