Please support our initiative to save Florida’s endangered turtles

Please support our initiative to save Florida’s endangered turtles

Stormwater from high-density hotels and condos will flow into the ocean outfall at Hightower, endangering the near-shore reef by increasing bacteria levels and causing erosion. Nesting is second only to Archie Carr Refuge because of this reef. HIGH DENSITY is incompatible with the preserve they vowed to safeguard! Heavy traffic and lights from 85-foot buildings […]

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Support our initiative to remove shark nets which indiscriminately kill other marine life

Support our initiative to remove shark nets which indiscriminately kill other marine life

Shark nets are contraptions designed to deter sharks from reaching beachgoers and keep swimmers safe in Australia. They do, however, kill marine life more than anything else. Thousands of protected animals such as dolphins, turtles, rays, and whales are ensnared and often killed by the terrible devices. The issue does not appear to be getting […]

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Pesticides can be eliminated by keeping aquatic animals in rice paddies

Pesticides can be eliminated by keeping aquatic animals in rice paddies

Rice cultivation and production are not environmentally friendly, despite its importance in worldwide diets. Pesticides and chemical fertilizers are used extensively in rice farming to increase yields and reduce insect and weed problems. Researchers have now discovered a solution to reduce pesticide use in rice fields by employing aquatic animals to help control weeds and […]

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Geneticists have identified new groups of tiger sharks to protect

Geneticists have identified new groups of tiger sharks to protect

Tiger sharks sometimes swim thousands of kilometers—far enough to move among oceans. Their flexible diets and adaptable behaviors set them up to be successful jet-setters, zipping around the world and mingling with far-flung members of tiger shark society. But new research shows that tiger sharks from different ocean regions aren’t as chummy with one another […]

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