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2014/07/24 13:15
2014/07/24 13:15
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Thailand plans to resubmit a proposal to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (Cites) to ease the protection requirements for freshwater crocodiles in the hope of developing...
2014/07/24 13:15
2014/07/24 13:15
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2014/07/24 12:18
2014/07/24 12:18
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Thailand exports 2 billion baht worth of crocodile products to China, Japan and the European market annually, according to the Department of Fisheries. There are 809 crocodile farms across the country...
2014/07/23 17:19
2014/07/23 17:19
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A lamprey attached to a piece of glass exposes the teeth it uses to penetrate scales and skin of a fish in its quest for blood.MLive file photo MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – A U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service...
2014/07/20 16:22
2014/07/20 16:22
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South Mississippi shooting ranges Gun Ho Indoor Shooting Range: 323 East North St., Pass Christian; 452-9991 McHenry Shooting Range: 1060 E. McHenry Road, Perkinston; (601) 928-1645; operated by the...
2014/07/20 14:37
2014/07/20 14:37
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The mysterious death of the four-metre (13-ft) long male sparked an investigation from fisheries officials in Western Australia (WA) when it washed up on Coronation Beach this week. Two days earlier...
2014/07/18 19:24
2014/07/18 19:24
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Due to low inflows into the Comox Lake reservoir and in anticipation of low water conditions for the near future, the Comox Valley Regional District (CVRD) is moving to stage two water restrictions on...
2014/07/18 11:29
2014/07/18 11:29
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The Department of Fisheries and Water Resources, in collaboration with the National Sole Fishery Co-Management Committee (NASCOM) on Tuesday held a daylong workshop on Technical Cooperation Programme...
2014/07/17 21:42
2014/07/17 21:42
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Barges will be the first thing floating in the city’s multi-million dollar marina project. After years in the development stages, the city is now in a position to finally begin work on the 388-slip,...
2014/07/17 20:20
2014/07/17 20:20
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Marineland Everyone loves Marineland, but not everyone loves their treatment of animals. Over the years, the Niagara Falls waterpark has been targeted by animal activists. It is no surprise. A number...
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2014/07/17 02:07
2014/07/17 02:07
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Vancouver Aquarium veterinary technician Jenelle Hebert circulates a false killer whale calf through a pool at the Vancouver aquarium???s Marine Mammal Rescue Centre on Friday July 11, 2014. THE...
2014/07/16 20:38
2014/07/16 20:38
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COLLINGWOOD — It’s not as bad as it looks. Even with a section exposed to the elements for nearly 10 years, the Nottawasaga Lighthouse is still structurally sound, says a civil engineer who is...
2014/07/16 10:55
2014/07/16 10:55
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Geoduck species of clam hauled from bottom of ocean off BC coast by divers. Photo courtesy Underwater Harvesters Association. Big, rude in appearance, and a delicacy sold for $80 a pound in some...
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2014/07/15 10:31
2014/07/15 10:31
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The Department of Fisheries in Lake Naivasha has said that lifting the annual fishing ban in the lake could kill the fisheries sector. The department said that since the ban was lifted by the Nakuru...
2014/07/13 07:19
2014/07/13 07:19
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Weekend read: Fishing fleet set to reap bumper sockeye harvest Industry vows to be better prepared for huge Fraser run than it was for 2010's record returns Approximately 80% of the Fraser River...
2014/07/12 10:06
2014/07/12 10:06
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ONE of WA’s most abundant fish species has declined so much that Fisheries Department bosses have ordered the annual catch be halved. Herring, caught from Shark Bay to the South Australian border,...
2014/07/12 00:39
2014/07/12 00:39
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A rare false killer whale calf that washed ashore near Tofino is being rehabilitated at a Vancouver rescue centre. But while the young cetacean has survived the first 24 hours after its rescue – a...
2014/07/11 02:37
2014/07/11 02:37
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In December 2013 I was able to visit the General Santos City campus of MSU as part of the project aimed at “transfer of knowledge and scientific methods in the area vital to further progress in food...
2014/07/10 04:39
2014/07/10 04:39
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With climate change heating up British Columbia’s rivers, there are growing concerns about the vulnerability of cold-water species such as salmon. But a new study shows salmon may have the ability to...
2014/07/10 00:35
2014/07/10 00:35
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WEAR shoes. This is the advice from an 11-year-old girl who lost a chunk of the second toe on her right foot after being bitten by a toadfish. Hayley Allen was kayaking in the Whitsunday waters off...
2014/07/09 22:29
2014/07/09 22:29
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OSU study: Lead ammo kills; solution a challenge | News - Home OSU study: Lead ammo kills; solution a challengeImpact on species unclear as debate heats up The ingestion of lead ammunition and lead...
2014/07/24 13:15
2014/07/24 13:15
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