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Monthly Archives: December 2012
Endangered population of minke whales is spared from "scientific" whaling proposal.
Researchers present a quick peek at the scientific results from James Cameron’s dive to the ocean’s deepest point.
“X-ray Vision: Fish Inside Out,” is a traveling exhibit that showcases the inner workings of fish in dramatic prints of X-rays.
The conservation outcomes from a week-long meeting in Manila, Philippines were mixed...
Pygmy seahorses are one of the most well camouflaged species found in the ocean.
From the field — In full scuba gear, we roll off a small open, outboard-powered boat into the clear water. We’re in a shallow bay near the southern tip of Baja California, in the middle of the Cabo Pulmo National Marine Park.
It took 19 days in the northern Bahamas in the dead of winter to capture this amazing image of a 14-foot male hammerhead shark.
Every nation has jurisdiction over their coastlines up to 200 miles out. Once that mark is crossed, rules are made by national governments supposedly cooperating through bodies regulating specific activities such as fishing, shipping, or seabed mining.