Great White Sharks Feast at the Seal Buffet Before Heading Out to Sea
Great white sharks are in the news a lot this week, what with a kayak bitten by a large shark while the occupant was paddling off Santa Cruz. On the East Coast, there have been sightings close to shore near Cape Cod. And right before Fourth of July,.
What I love about kayaking: Sea otters interact with kayakers at California's Moss Landing - April -
jaguars and ocelots are already struggling to survive, and now militarization of "security" at the U. border threatens their existence even more. Save endangered wildlife from misguided border security projects.
Scientists track whale sharks with cheap radio-frequency identification tags
Easy tagging: Instead of using a sophisticated satellite method costing a pop, the Cenderawasih Bay sharks allow researchers to attach a tracker instead
Whale sharks are the world's largest fish. One of the most notable facts about whale sharks is that they are the world's largest fish. At a maximum length of about 65 feet and weight of pounds, a whale shark's size rivals that of large whales
This is why we don't use plastic bags. Turtles think they look like food digest them & die, or get caught up in them it wraps around them & they become deformed when they grow up.
Otters on the move
Mom and baby hanging out off Channel Islands National Park, CA
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When it comes to oil spills, it's not "If", it's "When?" and "How big?". Since 1995 there have been more than 75 oil spills that have threatened California's wildlife, including sea otters. These spills often require volunteers, but you need to be trained beforehand. Find out more about how you can be prepared to help wildlife during an oil spill. http://www.vetmed.ucdavis.edu/owcn/volunteer_info/pretrained_volunteers.cfm