Right Whale.

Human-Generated Noise in the Oceans: Time to Lessen the Crescendo

Written By Susan Kahoud In 1851, Herman Melville wrote in Moby Dick, “We cannot live only for ourselves.  A  thousand fibers connect us with our fellow men; and among these fibers, as sympathetic threads, our actions run as… Read More
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Diving into the Deep Ocean

This past July, a group of scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and many other organizations boarded the ship Okeanos and set out on an exciting 36 day research cruise to explore the deep ocean floors… Read More
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Healing wounds on the body of mature female oceanic whitetip shark.

The Weird World of Shark Mating

THINK: HICKIES BUT WITH SHARP TEETH, LEADING TO CERTAIN PREGNANCY. Written by Safina Center Fellow, Dr. Demian Chapman Every August we become acutely aware of the possibility of a shark attack. This doesn’t happen because it is late summer… Read More
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