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The key to the Great White Shark’s power: a fat liver

The fuel source that allows the white shark to embark on incredibly long migrations through the world’s oceans has been identified as its liver, which is relatively large and fat compared with other creatures.
In the Media by Tim Sandle - 4 comments

How marine mammals hold their breath for long time underwater

Marine mammals like seals, dolphins and whales can stay underwater for long periods of time, even more than an hour, while humans can only do so for a few minutes at most.
In the Media by Eko Armunanto

Photos: Seal eats five blue sharks off the coast of South Africa

Rare photos show an unusual incident of food chain reversal in which a hungry Cape fur seal devours five blue sharks, turning the tables on its natural predators. The rare event was photographed off the coast of Cape Point by a group of astonished divers.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 3 comments

Young seals' bloodied heads nailed to entrance of Irish sanctuary

Two seal heads were found nailed to plaques outside the entrance to the Dingle Wildlife and Seal Sanctuary in Co Kerry. Locals in the area believe that the sanctuary may have been targeted by people demanding a cull.
In the Media by Owen Weldon

Shark kills Australian bodyboarder

Dunsborough - An Australian man has died after being attacked by a shark while paddling on his bogey-board at Sugar Loaf Rock In Bunker Bay.
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman

Thousands of seals beached at Pictou Island

Pictou - Global News reports that 3,000 to 4,000 seals have beached themselves on the shores of Pictou Island just off the shores of Nova Scotia, giving birth to pups.
In the Media by Sara Star

Seals with unusual injuries washing up on Scottish coast

After dozens of dead seals with puzzling ‘corkscrew’ injuries washed ashore the Scottish government have commissioned scientists at the Sea Mammal Research Unit to carry out an investigation.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 4 comments

Op-Ed: Judge Barks Orders, Wants Seals Off Beach to Make Room for Kids

A Superior Court judge barked orders from the bench that a herd of about 100 seals vacate their command of a Southern California beach by the Children’s Pool in La Jolla, to make room for the children to whom the beach is dedicated.
In the Media by Sandy Sand - 2 comments

Despite Drop in Fur Demand Canadian Govt Sanctions Seal Slaughter

The Canadian government approved a total allowable catch of 280,000 seals even though the market for seal fur globally is saturated. The European Union is considering banning trade in seal products.
In the Media by Michael Krebs

Seals, Sea Lions in Danger

California sea lions and Steller sea lions are being targeted by someone in the area of the Columbia river. Sea lions are federally protected and not normally trapped for any reason.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar - 2 comments
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The enclosures for the exotic animals at Storybook Gardens in London  Ontario  were too small by tod...
The enclosures for the exotic animals at Storybook Gardens in London, Ontario, were too small by today's standards but the seals, all born in London, seemed content.

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