• Photo Essay: Once Barren, a Protected Reef in Mexico Now Teems with Huge Fish | Oceana

    oceana.org 25 Jul '16, 5pm

    Off the southern tip of the Baja Peninsula lies Cabo Pulmo, a small national park that holds a big distinction. In just 10 years, the park’s biomass of fish — the combined weight of all fish species — increased by 463 percent , the largest increase ever recorded for a marine reserve. ...

  • Gray Seal | Oceana

    oceana.org 20 Jul '16, 1am

    The gray seal lives in North Atlantic waters and is divided into three distinct stocks—the North Atlantic stock, the Baltic Sea stock and the eastern North Atlantic stock. In these waters, gray seals experience cold temperatures and sub-arctic environments. Males will come ashore, inc...

  • Government finalizes safety and prevention rules for Arctic Ocean exploration drilling | Oceana

    oceana.org 19 Jul '16, 4am

    JUNEAU, AK – Today, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) and the Bureau of Safety and Environmental Enforcement (BSEE) finalized rules to improve spill prevention and response requirements for oil and gas exploration drilling in the U.S. Arctic Ocean. The new rules require com...

  • Giant Caribbean Sea Anemone | Oceana

    oceana.org 17 Jul '16, 10pm

    This anemone is predatory and feeds on fishes, crustaceans, or other invertebrates that stray too close to its tentacles. The tentacles are covered with stinging cells that paralyze their prey. Once a small fish or other prey is captured, the anemone quickly wraps it in as many tentac...

  • Longsnout Seahorse | Oceana

    oceana.org 16 Jul '16, 11pm

    Longsnout Seahorses are very poor swimmers and rely on camouflage and bony plates that cover most of their bodies to avoid predation. Like other seahorses, the Longsnout Seahorse’s tail is highly maneuverable, and it uses this tail to attach itself to seagrasses , mangrove roots, spon...

  • Humboldt Squid | Oceana

    oceana.org 17 Jul '16, 4pm

    Like many squids, the Humboldt Squid grows rapidly and likely lives for only a single year. During that time, it reaches its maximum size, reproduces multiple times, and dies. Humboldt Squid reproduce via internal fertilization and lay large egg masses of at least one million eggs. In...

  • Banded Sea Krait | Oceana

    oceana.org 16 Jul '16, 4pm

    Like the sea turtles, Saltwater Crocodile , and other reptiles, these snakes must come ashore to nest. They must also occasionally drink freshwater and seek out coastal sources of water for that purpose. Furthermore, they often digest their food and rest on land and use terrestrial ro...

  • Local Efforts Put a Dent in Illegal Dynamite Fishing in the Philippines | Oceana

    oceana.org 08 Jul '16, 6pm

    The flat, hot calm of an afternoon on the Philippine Sea is broken by an ear-splitting explosion. A plume of water rockets upwards. And fishermen, who had thrown a homemade explosive into the ocean just seconds before, rush to scoop up stunned and dying fish. Though dynamite fishing i...

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