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Atlantic Spotted Dolphins: A Success Spanning Decades

January 8, 2021

Atlantic Spotted Dolphins: A Success Spanning Decades

Dr. Denise Herzing has been carefully monitoring a community of wild Atlantic Spotted Dolphins (Stenella frontalis) in the northern Bahamas for an amazing thirty-five continuous years. That alone qualifies as quite a marine success story. []

Áreas Protegidas y los Desafíos Que Enfrenta el Mundo Natural

September 18, 2020

Áreas Protegidas y los Desafíos Que Enfrenta el Mundo Natural

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Vivimos en tiempos muy importantes y decisivos para la historia de la humanidad y todos los seres vivos con los que compartimos nuestro hogar, el planeta Tierra. Hemos []

To Reach 100 Meters, One Must First Worry About Meter 1

July 9, 2020

To Reach 100 Meters, One Must First Worry About Meter 1

Photos courtesy of Alex St. Jean

My name is Pepe Salcedo, and I currently live in Playa del Carmen, Mexico where I run Blackfin Freediving, a professional SSI []

Natural Born Freedivers

August 26, 2019

Natural Born Freedivers

Human beings are natural-born freedivers. 

Our bodies respond to being in water in many fascinating ways. We exhibit the same adaptations as dolphins, whales and seals. By becoming aware of our innate response to water, we can []

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