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12 Facts About the Blue Whale
Published by deepblue 93 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +24 votes | 8 comments
Shark finning is one of the most cruel human activities that inflict damage to ocean life. Several countries have shark-finning legislation. Ironically, many countries are also feasting on the profits derived from the industry. But this is not a question of who gains the most in this business. It is an issue of moral obligation to the community and to nature. How much in this planet can we sacrifice to fill ourselves?
Published by Guimo Pantuhan 74 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +21 votes | 12 comments
The Largest Jellyfish in the World, The lion's mane jelly fish
Published by deepblue 96 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +21 votes | 16 comments
Over the years there have been a number of reported sightings of the legendary Loch Ness Monster. Here are some facts about the monster and stories surrounding the myths to help you decide if it is fact or fiction.
Published by John Smither 85 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +19 votes | 11 comments
5 Deadly Sea Creatures
Published by deepblue 96 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +19 votes | 11 comments
Real life experience of a Rainbow crab just after moult.
Published by lisa leverton 97 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +19 votes | 15 comments
When the seal pups begin to molt their downy white fur at the age of 12–14 days, the sweet little things are called “ragged jacket” and are then commercially hunted. After molting, the seals are called "beaters", named for the way they attractively beat the water with their flippers. The clubbing and killing practice remains highly controversial.
Published by Colin Dovey 96 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +17 votes | 10 comments
The Whale Shark: The Largest Known Extant Fish in the World
Published by deepblue 96 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +16 votes | 11 comments
Dolphin populations are fast declining in the past decade. This provides a detailed list of the world's endangered dolphin populations and species.
Published by Karina Miranda 96 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +14 votes | 7 comments
What are the chances of being the victim of a shark attack? How do I avoid a shark attack, survive one or assist another victim?
Published by Jan Reid 77 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +12 votes | 15 comments
All about the Blobfish. The blobfish one of natures most interesting of natures creatures.
Published by Rae Morvay 92 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +12 votes | 7 comments
Moray eels are very prolific in EarthÂ’s oceans. There are approximately 200 different species in 15 different families.
Published by Travis Burdick 93 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +12 votes | 1 comments
A disturbing number of deaths among sea lions were caused by mestatic cancer. Surprising numbers of sea lions every year was seen to have huge advanced tumors that lead to their death.
Published by Alma Galvez 100 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +11 votes | 6 comments
The Seahorse and Leaf Dragon were located in the coral reef area of Ripley's Aquarium. Their delicate and docile nature makes them one of the most fascinating species of marine live found in the reef.
Published by Lauren Axelrod 90 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +10 votes | 3 comments
The whale found in safety is indeed thrilling for tourists and whale watchers as they observe these intelligent creatures and mammals of the sea. The public and conservationists place whales very close to their hearts. There is a duty of care where the beaching of whales and why they do this is concerned. There are charters and in some instances closer watching although a boundary is adhered too.
Published by Peter Curtis 69 months ago in Sealife & Ocean Life | +9 votes | 0 comments
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