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A juvenile dolphin seen swimming the past few days in a canal at Henderson Point, is out of its habitat and likely in trouble.

A juvenile dolphin seen swimming the past few days in a canal at Henderson Point, is out of its habitat and likely in trouble.

The Marine Mammal Daily, by Kate Redman: Marine mammal news...does exactly what…

The Marine Mammal Daily, by Kate Redman: Marine mammal news...does exactly what…

Defying Shootings, Entanglements And Hunger, Rare Seals Still Hanging On - Hawaiian monk seals face habitat loss, scarcer food and threats of debris entanglement — but there’s a slight ray of hope for the animals the New York Times calls "the Zach Galifianakises of marine mammals."

Defying Shootings, Entanglements And Hunger, Rare Seals Still Hanging On

Defying Shootings, Entanglements And Hunger, Rare Seals Still Hanging On - Hawaiian monk seals face habitat loss, scarcer food and threats of debris entanglement — but there’s a slight ray of hope for the animals the New York Times calls "the Zach Galifianakises of marine mammals."

Louisiana gets $13.2 million from National Fish & Wildlife Foundation - Alabama receives $9.6 million for an Alabama Barrier Island restoration assessment, a coastal habitat restoration planning initiative, enhanced fisheries monitoring in Alabama marine waters, and for the Alabama marine mammal conservation and recovery program.

Louisiana gets $13.2 million from National Fish & Wildlife Foundation - Alabama receives $9.6 million for an Alabama Barrier Island restoration assessment, a coastal habitat restoration planning initiative, enhanced fisheries monitoring in Alabama marine waters, and for the Alabama marine mammal conservation and recovery program.

Vaquitas are the world's rarest marine animal, with fewer than 100 surviving individuals. An estimated 20 percent of these creatures are killed when they become entangled in gillnets designed to trap other ocean life. Found primarily in the upper Gulf of California, vaquitas are also badly affected by environmental pollution and overall degradation of their habitat.

13 Big animals that may be extinct very soon: Vaquita

Vaquitas are the world's rarest marine animal, with fewer than 100 surviving individuals. An estimated 20 percent of these creatures are killed when they become entangled in gillnets designed to trap other ocean life. Found primarily in the upper Gulf of California, vaquitas are also badly affected by environmental pollution and overall degradation of their habitat.

how to RECOGNIZE and ESCAPE a rip tide at the beach - NOAA website - excellent video and written instructions - if the beach is in your plans this summer, it's worth watching/reading

how to RECOGNIZE and ESCAPE a rip tide at the beach - NOAA website - excellent video and written instructions - if the beach is in your plans this summer, it's worth watching/reading

To settle litigation brought by environmental groups, the Navy has agreed to curtail use of sonar and underwater explosives during training in key areas for marine mammals off Southern California and Hawaii.

Navy agrees to restrict offshore training to protect marine mammals

To settle litigation brought by environmental groups, the Navy has agreed to curtail use of sonar and underwater explosives during training in key areas for marine mammals off Southern California and Hawaii.

Coastal development poses a whole series of issues for local marine mammals, not least the contamination of their habitats with pollutants, ...

Coastal development poses a whole series of issues for local marine mammals, not least the contamination of their habitats with pollutants, ...

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