The orca L95 died from a fungal infection which originally come from the wound caused by the tag according to NOAAThe orca, dubbed "L95" … [Read more...] about A satellite tracking tag causing the death of an orca
Four species of sharks and nine rays species listed in Annex 2 to restrict commercial exploitationThis is a win for the Republic of … [Read more...] about Sharks and rays better protected at the World Wildlife Summit
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A scientific mission to explore the major unknown marine species of Martinique rich watersThe expedition aims to enhance the current … [Read more...] about Martinique: Launch of the underwater expedition Madibenthos
A total of 1.2 million km2 of new marine reserves in progressAt the International Summit on Washington's oceans that brings … [Read more...] about 40 marine reserves to be created in twenty countries
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The Japanese have lied about the size of their catches and the number of reproductive age females caughtMassively hunted for oil since … [Read more...] about Japan falsified data on sperm whales’ catches
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