Archive for July, 2012

Union Between Two Dolphin Populations

Written by on July 31, 2012 in Marine Life
Union Between Two Dolphin Populations

Two distinct bottlenose dolphin populations in Moreton Bay, Australia have joined together.

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Increasing Number of Basking Sharks in UK

Written by on July 30, 2012 in Marine Life
Increasing Number of Basking Sharks in UK

In the UK for the Olympics? Head over to the coasts of South West England, Western Scotland or the Isle of Man to see some basking sharks.

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Uniquely Colored Lobsters in the Northeast

Written by on July 29, 2012 in Marine Life
Uniquely Colored Lobsters in the Northeast

Recently, strange colored lobsters have been showing up in the fishing grounds of New England and Atlantic Canada. Blue, orange, yellow, calico, white, and multi-colored lobsters are being reported more and more frequently.

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Fewer Mediterranean Fin Whales Than Thought

Written by on July 27, 2012 in Marine Life
Fewer Mediterranean Fin Whales Than Thought

An international team of scientists have recently revealed that the population of fin whales in the Mediterranean is smaller than we thought. ┬áThe population was overestimated as a result of including fin whales visiting from the Atlantic. ┬áThe new study, Fin whale population identity in the western Mediterranean Sea, was published in the April 2012 […]

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