Monthly Archives: February 2012
http://news.yahoo.com/video/portlandmewmtw-18230145/huge-lobster-caught-off-maine-coast-28401402.html Here’s a lobster story with a happy ending — at least until the next time. Link to this post!
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Ironically, laziness costs money, jobs — not to mention needless killing of fish. The research, by the UK-based New Economics Foundation, said a third of Britain’s fish consumption could be met if stocks were allowed to recover. Separate research suggests that half of fishermen would not be willing to give up their livelihoods. Last week, &hellip Continue reading
National Geographic has released this soon-to-be classic photograph of one shark eating another shark whole. The photo comes from Daniela Ceccarelli, of Australia’s Research Council Center of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies. Ceccarelli was working with fellow researcher David Williamson on conducting a “fish census” off Great Keppel Island, part of the country’s Great Barrier &hellip Continue reading
At last, some good news for an endangered species: Sea Turtle Baby Boom Green turtles laid more than 1 million eggs last year on one of the Turtle Islands in the southern Philippines. That number of slimy turtle eggs set an all-time high since recording of nesting started in 1984. Some 14,220 green turtle &hellip Continue reading