Spinner sharks launch themselves out of the water while feeding on schools of small fish. See them jump and spin among surfers.
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Crowds wondered why the dolphin, who wandered into an industrial superfund site, was left to die, thrashing in shallow water.
SeaWorld IPO documents show a company deep in debt and reveal some interesting stats about how they do business.
James Cameron found nothing more than shrimp on his dive to the Mariana Trench. Richard Branson hopes to see more when he visits the deepest spot in the Atlantic this year.
January is slow season for beach tourists, but busy for the Marine Mammal Stranding Center to get calls for beached seals.
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By calling manta rays a vulnerable species, scientists hope to stop or at least track the market in its gills. Used in Chinese medicine, the ray population is down 30% in 10 years.
Kabukiri Wetlands, where farmers flood their fields to serve migrating ducks and swans, hopes birders will return to the area about 100 miles from the nuclear disaster.
The women who care for wildlife around Houston have professionalized the group, which treats mockingbirds, armadillos, pelicans, sea turtles and anything covered in oil.