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Falling for Sharks: An Underwater Love Affair 

May 5, 2021

Falling for Sharks: An Underwater Love Affair 

It’s Friday evening, the sun has set, and a gentle breeze has brought both respite from the heat and a sigh of relief. The stars are sprinkled across the sky, a sky so vast it []

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 []

Protected Areas & The Challenges Facing The Natural World

September 18, 2020

Protected Areas & The Challenges Facing The Natural World

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We live in a very important time for the history of humanity and all living beings we share our home with. We have made such an impact on the []

Visual Signals of the Eastern Pacific Red Octopus (Octopus rubescens) During Conspecific Interactions

May 7, 2020

Visual Signals of the Eastern Pacific Red Octopus (Octopus rubescens) During Conspecific Interactions

Historically, octopuses have been considered solitary, asocial individuals (Barbato et al., 2007; Hanlon and Messenger, 2018); however, recent studies suggest that octopuses use a unique and systematic arrangement of visual signals to communicate with []

UNDISCOVERED SPECIES AT EXTINCTION RISK

April 1, 2020

UNDISCOVERED SPECIES AT EXTINCTION RISK

Contrary to popular belief, finding a new species is not uncommon. In actuality, we only know approximately 15% of the biodiversity on Earth and less than 10% from the ocean1. It is even easier to []

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