Read more about the article Sailors Plucked From Sinking Boat In North Sea Rescue
Image shows the Search and Rescue (SAR) boat Otto Diersch bringing the damaged sailing vessel to the harbour, on Sunday evening, Apr. 21, 2024. Four British sailors got stranded at sea between the East Frisian islands of Norderney and Juist, in Germany. (Die Seenotretter - DGzRS/Newsflash)

Sailors Plucked From Sinking Boat In North Sea Rescue

Four British yachters who were stranded at sea when they ran aground on a sandbank were plucked to safety as waves threatened to engulf their tiny 10-metre boat. The four,…

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Read more about the article Stranded Baby Seal Rescued By Police And Wildlife Experts After Repeated Returns To Shore
Police releases a harbor seal that was found stranded on the shore in Huludao, Liaoning, China, undated. The seal swam back to the shore many times, so the police sent it to the Wildlife Conservation Center. (AsiaWire)

Stranded Baby Seal Rescued By Police And Wildlife Experts After Repeated Returns To Shore

Policemen attempt to release a stranded baby seal back into the sea as it keeps swimming up to shore. The spotted seal pup reportedly appeared on the shore of the…

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Read more about the article Sea Lion Rescued After Being Injured By Fishing Wire Wrapped Around Neck Returns To Sea
Picture shows the sea lion seriously injured by a fishing net in the Partido de la Costa, Argentina. The animal had a deep wound in its neck caused by a fragment of a fishing net. (Fundacion Mundo Marino/Newsflash)

Sea Lion Rescued After Being Injured By Fishing Wire Wrapped Around Neck Returns To Sea

A sea lion found horrifically injured with a fishing wire wrapped around its neck has been released back into the sea after a successful recovery. The animal was rescued by…

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Read more about the article Wildlife Rescuers Help Stranded Whale Return To Water After It Kept Trying To Swim To Shore
Photo shows a stranded whale on a beach in Xiuyu, Putian, Fujian, China, undated. Many people worked together to rescue it. (997970851/AsiaWire)

Wildlife Rescuers Help Stranded Whale Return To Water After It Kept Trying To Swim To Shore

Wildlife rescuers and bystanders working together to push a stranded whale back into the ocean after several failed attempts where it kept trying to swim back to shore. Local fishermen…

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Read more about the article Incredible Seabed Footage Of Wrecks Of Battle Of Midway
The chrysanthemum flower crest, an honored imperial symbol of Japan, can still be seen prominently on the bow of IJN Akagi 81 years after the aircraft carriers sinking. Photo recorded by Ocean Exploration Trusts ROV Atalanta on September 10, 2023. Ocean Exploration Trusts visual survey of the Japanese aircraft carrier is the first time anyone has seen the vessel since sinking during June 1942s Battle of Midway. (Ocean Exploration Trust, NOAA/Newsflash)

Incredible Seabed Footage Of Wrecks Of Battle Of Midway

Grim remains from one of the most important naval conflicts of World War II have been revealed by a new ocean-bed study of ships sunk in the Battle of Midway.…

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Read more about the article Plastic Waste Burning Creates Dangerous Rock-Like Compounds Harming Our Oceans
Image shows a plastiglomerate of coral rubble held together by melted plastic debris, undated photo. This artificial 'rock' can endanger the environment through greater decomposition into microplastics and higher pollution levels. (Birgit Mohr, Kiel University/Newsflash)

Plastic Waste Burning Creates Dangerous Rock-Like Compounds Harming Our Oceans

A new study has identified new rock-like compounds that are being created and polluting the sea after they are created from burning plastic waste. The discovery that was made by…

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Read more about the article Europe’s Flotilla Of Deadly Man O’War Stingers
Photo shows the Portuguese man o' war (Physalia physalis), undated. Workers from the San Sebastian City Council collected Portuguese man o' wars (Physalia physalis) from the sea near Donostia beach, Spain, Thursday, Aug. 10, 2023. (Donostia City Hall/Newsflash)

Europe’s Flotilla Of Deadly Man O’War Stingers

This is the lethal catch of terrifying Portuguese Man o' War stingers as officials in Spain try to scoop them from the sea. The bag-like creatures - often mistaken for…

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Read more about the article Astonishing Sight Of Giant Iceberg Off Canadian Coast
Photo shows a giant iceberg near the shore of the Canadian island of Newfoundland, undated. Around 90% of the world's icebergs are old parts of Greenlands glaciers, while the rest come from Canadas Arctic. (@emoinuoinam/CEN)

Astonishing Sight Of Giant Iceberg Off Canadian Coast

This is the amazing nature moment when a giant iceberg the size of an ocean liner floats up to Canada's eastern coastline. The iceberg appeared off the shores of Newfoundland…

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Read more about the article Turtle Tangled In Fishing Net Is Rescued
Colombian Navy rescues and releases a sea turtle entangled in an artisanal fishing net near the general area of Isla Gorgona, in the Colombian Pacific, undated. The turtle returned to its natural habitat safe and sound. (Armada de Colombia/Newsflash)

Turtle Tangled In Fishing Net Is Rescued

Turtle tangled in a fishing net is rescued by the Colombian Navy. The footage shows sailors from the Colombian Navy lifting the sea turtle out of the water and removing…

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Read more about the article Oldest Sea Reptile Found On Arctic Island Mountain
Image shows a reconstruction of the earliest ichthyosaur and the 250-million-year-old ecosystem found on Spitsbergen, Svalbard, Norway, undated photo. A team of Swedish and Norwegian palaeontologists has discovered remains of the earliest known ichthyosaur or 'fish-lizard' on the remote Arctic island of Spitsbergen. (Esther van Hulsen/Newsflash)

Oldest Sea Reptile Found On Arctic Island Mountain

Ancient remains of a terrifying 250-million-year-old sea reptile have been found halfway up a mountain in Norway. The ichthyosaur fossil shows that the feared ocean predator apparently existed long before…

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