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Chinese illegal fishing in the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

Posted by Lydia Stein | Connecticut, United States | Whales, Dolphins, and Marine Mammals

There are 265 Chinese Vessels fishing sharks in the Galapagos Islands international waters between mainland Ecuador and the Galapagos. One of the endangered species is the whale-shark, one of them... Learn More

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really worried what ships are striking whales everyday!

Posted by Amartuvshin Khoroldagva | California, United States | Whales, Dolphins, and Marine Mammals

I'm so concern that ships are killing endangered great mammals very often especially in California shores.Media is telling they dead because of hunger. But, it is hard to believe after seeing a lot... Learn More

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Right whale

Posted by Andy Mathieson | Maine, United States | Whales, Dolphins, and Marine Mammals

Maine Marine Resources has struggled to adapt regulations which protect Right Whales, targeting inshore commercial fisheries. With little or no regard to ship traffic. I like what your doing on the... Learn More

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Why do so many Sea Lions get cancer? The answer could unlock how to prevent cancer in everyone.

Posted by Anna Sweeney | , United States | Whales, Dolphins, and Marine Mammals

Besides the Tasmanian Devil, Sea Lions have one of the highest rates of cancer of all mammals. The fur seals don't show any instances of cancer. Their habitat is further out in the ocean.. Why Sea... Learn More




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