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End of 2nd Year

For the past two weeks I have been really busy with all the things that I wrote about in my last post but I promised my mum that I would show her all my work from the last project we did in uni so, here it is Mum! 182 more words


 “Meal of Crayfish” is the meaning of Kaikoura in Maori language, reflects the importance of the sea and marine life in this area. Kaikoura is very famous for marine life watching, mainly whale watching. 79 more words

South Island

'Eve' and descendants shape global sperm whale population structure

May 3rd, 2016. NEWPORT, Ore. – Although sperm whales have not been driven to the brink of extinction as have some other whales, a new study has found a remarkable lack of diversity in the maternally inherited mitochondrial DNA within the species. 530 more words

Endangered Biodiversity

Found: Australia’s ancient bloodthirsty whale

The largest tooth ever found on the continent proves existence of predatory ocean giant.

Published: The New Daily, 25/04/16


The tale of Moby Dick may be more than fiction

Scientists claim sperm whales may be able to sink massive ships with their heads.

Published: The New Daily, 10/04/16


Whale song

Whale song

I send you my poetry
As the Sperm Whale sends her song out into the wide ocean
To listens for echoes, to hope for response… 29 more words


February round up

Well I can truthfully say the second month has been as good as the first and we have been very lucky to have had such a mild winter. 880 more words