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A fatal entanglement wound on a North Atlantic right whale.
21 August 2013 by April Wobst
Imagine being wrapped and encircled by thick rope, digging into your skin, pinning down an arm or a leg, making it difficult Read more »
Puget Sound is the summering ground for the Southern Resident orca population of
16 August 2013 by April Wobst
Puget Sound is the summering ground for the Southern Resident orca population of about 80 killer whales, listed as Read more »
Striped dolphin breaching at sunset
16 August 2013 by Conor Ryan
After completing an intensive search of the northern Aegean Sea for harbour porpoises, the International Fund for Animal Read more »
The western gray whale (WGW) expedition is a team of scientists from Russia and
This post was filed from the field by the International Fund for Animal Welfare Western Gray Whale Research team Read more »
The author gets ready to perform an autopsy on a dead dolphin. © Virginia Aquari
15 August 2013 by Misty Niemeyer
I am finally rested up after a long and busy week assisting our fellow stranding colleagues at the Virginia Aquarium Read more »
NMFS will report back in the coming months on their final decision, so stay tune
12 August 2013 by Margaret Cooney
North Atlantic right whales are slow; they also spend a lot of time at the surface of the ocean and near the coast. All of Read more »
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