Dr. Anna Hall: Vaquita Porpoise Q&A
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Dr. Anna Hall: Vaquita Porpoise Q&A

we got thumbs up welcome everyone who is watching this stream. My name is Lauren, and we’re coming to you live from the Vancouver Aquarium. A happy international vaquita day! I said that properly, right? International day to save the vaquita International day to save the vaquita, it’s important to get that right. And what […]

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Monterey Bay Aquarium is Protecting Sea Otters

Sea otters are a marine mammal. They are found along the Pacific rim. Otters were originally hunted in the early 1900s for their fur, so the numbers of otters that would have been along the coastline could have been as many as 16,000 to 20,000 otters. Now we have just a little over 3,000. The […]

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Can eco-tourism help save the ocean? | The Economist

The Coral Triangle is one of the most biodiverse places on the planet. More life is found in these waters than anywhere else in the world. But here in Indonesia, destructive fishing practices and illegal poaching have been threatening entire species. A pioneering business model devised by this couple, has not only revitalized the local […]

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[Court-métrage] Le tombeau des épuisés
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[Court-métrage] Le tombeau des épuisés

There is a tale only sailors can tell. Because if we, land-farers, know the story of migratory birds, only seamen can share the details of their odyssey. The Tomb of the Exhausted. Twice a year, their paths are meant to cross. One takes the way of air, the other sea. They meet between sky and […]

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Lords of the Wetlands – Full Episode

Reggae music, tropical white sand beaches… these are the images that come to mind when people think of Jamaica. Less thought of is one of the islands’ largest predators – the American crocodile. It’s part of our heritage, it’s on our Coat of Arms. The crocodile is the mascot for our cricket team, the Jamaican […]

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