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2015/07/06 11:40
2015/07/06 11:40
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Scientists have long known black sea bass are "protogynous hermaphrodites," a species in which fish that begin life as females can switch gender to male. But the details of how and why that happens...
2015/07/06 11:40
2015/07/06 11:40
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2015/07/05 05:06
2015/07/05 05:06
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From the novice recreational angler to the saltiest old school commercial fishermen, state fishery managers want to hear from you while they are in Key West on Monday and Islamorada on Tuesday. The...
2015/07/03 03:23
2015/07/03 03:23
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A man cools off in a fountain in Berlin, Thursday, July 2, 2015. A mass of hot air moving north from Africa has sent temperatures spiking in Spain, Portugal, Britain, France and Germany in recent...
2015/07/03 02:39
2015/07/03 02:39
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Cross-Border Salmon Dispute Puts A Damper on Summer Troll Opener Harbors emptied throughout Southeast this week as fishermen headed out for the beginning of the summer troll season. July 1 marks the...
2015/07/02 19:19
2015/07/02 19:19
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The female gray seal first came into captivity when rescued by the Marine Mammal Stranding Center in Brigantine, N.J. about seven months ago. However, a problem arose when the rescue outfit tried to...
2015/07/02 06:20
2015/07/02 06:20
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The salmon bite is finally showing signs of life out of Eureka, and just in time for the holiday weekend. Kings started hitting the decks consistently on Sunday for the boats fishing south of Eureka...
2015/07/02 05:06
2015/07/02 05:06
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From the novice recreational angler to the saltiest old school commercial fishermen, state fishery managers want to hear from you while they are in Key West on Monday and Islamorada on Tuesday. The...
2015/07/01 05:40
2015/07/01 05:40
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Southeast Alaska King Salmon Head North In Search Of Cooler Waters Some king salmon reared in Southeast Alaska are traveling farther north as ocean temperatures rise. This news was delivered to the...
2015/06/30 23:01
2015/06/30 23:01
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Scientists there explained that a healthy shellfish industry means a lot more than enjoying a plate of oysters at a raw bar. According to research ecologist Julie M. Rose, filter-feeding clams and...
2015/06/29 22:09
2015/06/29 22:09
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Outdoors: Wildlife community losing a legend with Russ Cohen's retirement Posted Jun. 29, 2015 at 5:57 PM Posted Jun. 29, 2015 at 5:57 PM We’re about to lose another good wildlife man. Russ Cohen,...
2015/06/28 01:05
2015/06/28 01:05
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LEO CARRILLO STATE BEACH, Calif. - Two concrete crossings cutting through a dry creek in Leo Carrillo State Park will be removed this summer, helping to give an endangered fish a path upstream. The...
2015/06/27 07:27
2015/06/27 07:27
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SAN FRANCISCO – More than one-tenth of the largest wild population of threatened salmon in the Central Valley died after repair work near a power plant led Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to cut off a...
2015/06/25 13:44
2015/06/25 13:44
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SEATTLE — Three conservation groups on Wednesday petitioned the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to change how it regulates seawalls, bulkheads or other barriers to increase habitat protections along...
2015/06/25 10:02
2015/06/25 10:02
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SeaWorld San Diego has one of the most extensive rescue, rehabilitation and return programs in the world, and, since 1965, our Animal Rescue Team has given more than 16,000 ill, injured and orphaned...
2015/06/24 16:23
2015/06/24 16:23
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To the editor: (U.S. Senate Commerce Committee members Marco Rubio and Bill Nelson sent a letter to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration recently urging an extension of the 2015...
2015/06/23 13:31
2015/06/23 13:31
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Santa Cruz -- The U.S. Coast Guard is asking boaters to look out for an entangled whale that was spotted off Capitola's shore on Monday morning. It was seen outside the Santa Cruz harbor on...
2015/06/22 18:15
2015/06/22 18:15
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According to James Sulikowski, a shark expert at University of New England in Biddeford, great white sharks and the beach goers they sometimes scare have a lot in common. “They’re a lot like human...
2015/06/22 13:46
2015/06/22 13:46
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The West African black rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis longipes) was a subspecies of the black rhino that was declared extinct in 2011. The subspecies last existed in Cameroon, but an extensive survey in...
2015/06/21 05:26
2015/06/21 05:26
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More than one-tenth of the largest wild population of threatened salmon in the Central Valley died after repair work near a power plant led Pacific Gas & Electric Co. to cut off a cooling flow of...
2015/06/20 18:19
2015/06/20 18:19
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... just scanning for a fin,” says Greg Skomal, “waiting for a disruption of the surface.” His head swivels in slow motion, like a sprinkler, as he scours a placid patch of the Atlantic Ocean....
2015/07/06 11:40
2015/07/06 11:40
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