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Environmental News Network sent a news release out today about a new report that states how Orca orca may die off if the numbers of king salmon continue to drop. The research was published in the Royal Society Biology Letters. The leading cause of the death of the killer whales is actually “nutritional stress” from […]
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Paul Tasha, a commercial lobster diver, has been fishing for about 40 years had a big surprise. He was diving for lobster off of Race Point in Provincetown, MA, a part of the Outer Cape Cod (OCC) management area when he came across a 31-pound male lobster crawling along the bottom (at a depth of […]
It’s Tuesday and so I am sure you know by now, but this is a series I have been featuring each Tuesday this summer to get a special sneak peek at the different personalities behind the scientists, activists, and educators (including bloggers) who play an integral role in the marine science conservation field. It’s essentially […]
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