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Dear Greenpeace illustration

This is an illustration inspired by the story Dear Greenpeace by Simon James.

Boy Meets Whale: Transitioning from Peter Pan to Moby-Dick

This is the salad we had for dinner last night.  It was made without any conscious thought of Peter but as soon as I saw it I knew that it would make a great addition to the Peter Pan dinner menu.  136 more words


Tiger Shark Attacks Paddleboarder In Hawaii

Advice from Xena: They are in the breeding grounds on that side of the island where the water in the winter time is the warmest. This is where sharks and whales come to have their babies and they are looking for food. 43 more words

Solomon Screech Owl's world tour begins with "First Flight"

MECHANICSBURG, Pa. — Sunbury Press has released Beth Lancione’sSolomon Screech Owl’s First Flight. The book was illustrated by Kathy Haney.

About the Book:
Soar with Solomon Screech Owl as he takes hisFirst Flight on a grand adventure. 309 more words

Book Releases

West Australian researchers test the effectiveness of underwater signals to help stop whales getting caught in commercial fishing gear

November 25th, 2014 (Bridget Fitzgerald). Underwater signals could be used to help prevent the entanglement of whales in commercial fishing gear.

The West Australian Department of Fisheries has just concluded a three week trial in Geographe Bay to test the effectiveness of noise emitting “pingers” which may be able to steer whales away from fishing gear. 373 more words

Endangered Biodiversity

DoC works against time to remove whale carcasses from Golden Bay (New Zealand)

November 25th, 2014 (Te Kāe). The Department of Conservation (DoC) is working quickly to remove two dead adult sperm whales from a Golden Bay beach at the top of the South Island. 119 more words

Endangered Biodiversity

Pygmy sperm whale rescued in Wales

This video from Texas in the USA is called Pygmy sperm whale rescued in Galveston.

From Wildlife Extra:

Rare whale successfully rescued after stranding on Welsh beach…

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