• The Benefits of Eating Bivalves | Oceana

    oceana.org 29 May '16, 6pm

    There’s a good reason why humans have been eating shellfish like clams and mussels for at least 165,000 years : these mollusks are nutritional powerhouses high in protein, minerals and healthy fats. They’re also great for the health of the oceans too. Bivalves like oysters, clams, mus...

  • Hundreds of Threatened Species are Still Left with No Protection in Brazil | Oceana

    oceana.org 27 May '16, 2pm

    Lately, we have seen countless situations where environmental policy, the legal framework and formally ratified international treaties have been neglected, bringing serious consequences to biodiversity, the economy and the quality of life of the Brazilian people. A recent example has ...

  • Bowhead Whale | Oceana

    oceana.org 24 May '16, 9pm

    Baleen whales are known to be some of the largest animals on Earth, and the bowhead whale is no exception. These whales are on average 50 feet long and weigh 60-80 tons. Rows of vertical baleen, or comb-like teeth that help the bowhead strain huge volumes of water to capture food, are...

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  • Campaign | Oceana

    oceana.org 25 May '16, 10am

    Oceana campaigns to protect marine creatures whose futures are at risk from irresponsible fishing, including sharks, turtles and marine mammals. Many populations are in decline because they are caught as bycatch, and because overfishing and destructive fishing decimates their food sou...

  • Olive Sea Snake | Oceana

    oceana.org 23 May '16, 6am

    Growing to lengths over six feet (2 m), this species is well adapted to a life on coral reefs. It has a flattened, paddle-like tail and a large lung that allows it to go hours between breaths at the surface. Given its length, it has special light sensing organs in the tail that allow ...

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  • Seafood Businesses Help Customers Trace Their Fish to Its Source | Oceana

    oceana.org 21 May '16, 6pm

    Before landing at your local seafood counter, a salmon caught in Alaska may have traveled 4,000 miles to a processing plant in China and changed hands dozens of times on its journey. Seafood supply chains are often complex and opaque, making it easy for illegally caught or mislabeled ...

  • Brown Pelican | Oceana

    oceana.org 21 May '16, 4pm

    The Brown Pelican, like all seabirds, gets most of its food from marine sources. This species’ preferred prey includes small schooling fishes, like anchovies, sardines, and silversides. They feed by plunge diving. Unlike other diving birds (e.g., boobies ), pelicans do not chase prey ...

  • More on how Oceana uses the count, cap and control approach to reduce bycatch

    Campaign | Oceana

    oceana.org 20 May '16, 2am

    Oceana has identified nine fisheries that have some of the worst bycatch in the United States. These nine fisheries injure and kill thousands of protected and endangered species every year. They are responsible for more than 50 percent of reported bycatch in the U.S., but only bring i...

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