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Can the Ocean Feed a Growing World?
Healthy fisheries may be the key to feeding ten billion people-if they're managed correctly.
Orca Mother Drops Calf, After Unprecedented 17 Days of Mourning loading...
Orca Mother Drops Calf, After Unprecedented 17 Days of Mourning
A Pacific Northwest orca likely bonded closely with her calf before it died, which could help explain her record-breaking emotional sojourn.
Early Native Americans Imported Exotic Parrots, DNA Reveals loading...
Early Native Americans Imported Exotic Parrots, DNA Reveals
The discovery suggests that scarlet macaws were being bred for trade centuries earlier than previously thought.
How Killer Whales Went from Hated, to Adored, to Endangered loading...
How Killer Whales Went from Hated, to Adored, to Endangered
The more we’ve learned about orcas, the more we love them. But can killer whales survive the dramatic changes to their world?
This Colourful New Seahorse Is the Size of a Grain of Rice loading...
This Colourful New Seahorse Is the Size of a Grain of Rice
Researchers have discovered a tiny new species of pygmy seahorse that inhabits the boulder-strewn coasts of Japan.
Most Marine Mammals Are Missing One Mysterious Gene loading...
Most Marine Mammals Are Missing One Mysterious Gene
Alarmingly, the adaptation may leave them more vulnerable to pesticides running into the sea.
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