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2015/07/29 14:55
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Governments on both sides of the Great Lakes remain on guard against the threat of the Asian carp. The fish was introduced to North America from Asia in the 1970s to keep fish farm ponds clean but...
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2015/07/27 12:39
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The discovery of a sub-Antarctic fur seal on the northern coast of Kenya – 210 km outside the species' normal range – has caused great excitement among conservationists and community members alike. A...
2015/07/26 20:26
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Queensland cobia fish farm wins top show medal Queensland aquaculture company Pacific Reef Fisheries has beaten a field of more than 5,650 entries from around Australia to win the Royal Agricultural...
2015/07/24 02:37
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Tracking turtles at Pulau Lang Tengah Published: 24 July 2015 9:48 AM A Green Turtle nest with a temperature data-logger, used by volunteers to determine the sex of the hatchlings. – Pic courtesy of...
2015/07/23 11:39
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Original species of Blue Rockfish A new analysis confirms that the Blue Rockfish (Sebastes mystinus), a popular and commercially significant rockfish sought by anglers primarily off the California and...
2015/07/22 08:26
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Survivors of church and other institutional abuse say an independently run national redress scheme is essential because many victims claim other redress programs have not worked. An abalone fisherman...
2015/07/22 02:39
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With no hint of rain in the forecast, there is growing concern about the economic, social and environmental toll of widespread drought in British Columbia. In the city, lawns are turning brown and...
2015/07/18 15:33
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July 17, 201521 of world’s rarest turtles released back into wild by John Hopton Twenty-one of the world’s rarest turtles have been released into their native habitat in Cambodia, marking the latest...
2015/07/18 10:29
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Oyster is an important and unique sub-industry of the artisanal fisheries industry and it is of significant economic importance in The Gambia because it provides employment and income, food and...
2015/07/18 02:05
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The 'Returner', the trawling vessel missing off the coast of WA. Photo: Supplied The search for three fishermen missing off the Pilbara coast resumed on Saturday morning but hopes are fading that...
2015/07/15 23:49
2015/07/15 23:49
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WITH reference to the article headlined “Fishing industry warns of decline in fresh seafood” (The Star, June 23), WWF-Malaysia reaffirms support for the ban on trawlers in Zone B. The demersal fish...
2015/07/15 19:24
2015/07/15 19:24
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Even though the government dock was removed last year, a wooden structure and rocks still remain below the surface. And after a discussion at Monday night’s meeting, town council agreed to remove the...
2015/07/15 14:33
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Caxito — The provincial governor of Bengo, João Bernardo de Miranda, has reshuffled the members of the municipal administrations of Dembos and Pango Aluquém, as well as the provincial department of...
2015/07/15 11:39
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Southern river terrapin. Credit: Thida Leiper WCS (Wildlife Conservation Society) and the Royal Government of Cambodia's Fisheries Administration announced today that 21 captive-raised southern river...
2015/07/15 11:39
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Oregon State University researchers have patented a new strain of a succulent red marine algae called dulse that grows extraordinarily quickly, is packed full of protein and has an unusual trait when...
2015/07/15 02:17
2015/07/15 02:17
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... gone, I tire of you,” you tell your goldfish. You can’t bear to kill it, so you dump it in a river or pond, or flush it. Enter a growing scourge — ­dinner plate-sized goldfish that do just fine...
2015/07/14 21:44
2015/07/14 21:44
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A local environmentalist’s complaints about a discharge from the Lafarge Quarry on Sheridan Hill has prompted Pitt Meadows council to investigate hiring an environmental manager. At last week’s...
2015/07/14 04:23
2015/07/14 04:23
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As the first canoe pulled level with White Rock pier, after rounding the breakwater, it was in hailing distance of strollers and sightseers on the pier. "It's good to see the war canoes out again,"...
2015/07/12 10:08
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A project has been launched to conserve the Maltese killifish (Aphanius fasciatus – bużaqq), a small fish endemic to the Mediterranean. It is found mainly along the central to the eastern coastlines...
2015/07/11 02:01
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CHIPPEWA COUNTY -- U.S. and Canadian biologists are working to control the lamprey population around Saint Ignace. They are spending the week treating several nearby streams. An adult lamprey can...
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