Read more about the article Small Boat Dwarfed In Among Pod Of Magnificent Humpback Whales
People on a boat have an encounter with a humpback whale in Monterey, California, on Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2022. Chris' Fishing and Whale Watching hosts year-round whale-watching tours. (@chrisfishingandwhalewatching/Newsflash)

Small Boat Dwarfed In Among Pod Of Magnificent Humpback Whales

https://youtu.be/pHKbLjGVT3U @chrisfishingandwhalewatching/Newsflash This picture shows the moment a boat is surrounded by whales in Monterey, California. The footage was shot off the coast of California’s historic Fisherman’s Wharf from a boat operated by Chris' Fishing and Whale Watching, which offers deep-sea fishing and whale-watching cruises in the Pacific Ocean waters…

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Read more about the article Handling One Of The Ocean’s Deadliest Predators
Picture shows several Glaucus atlanticus, better known as Blue dragons, in Queensland, Australia, undated. Blue Dragon is a type of mollusk, or sea slug, a shell-less gastropod mollusk. (@julianobayd/Newsflash)

Handling One Of The Ocean’s Deadliest Predators

A marine wildlife expert pushed his luck when he decided to pick up one of the deadliest ever sea creatures - known as blue death - with his bare hands. The 21-year-old Julian Obayd - or Juliano Bayd as everyone calls him - told Newsflash in an interview that he…

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Read more about the article World’s Heaviest Sunfish Weighing Over 2.7t Found On Atlantic Beach
Picture shows the worlds largest Ocean sunfish (Mola mola), undated. It weighs 2744 kilogrammes, found in Azores, Portugal. (Atlantic Naturalist Association/CEN )

World’s Heaviest Sunfish Weighing Over 2.7t Found On Atlantic Beach

Boffins were left stunned after discovering the world's heaviest bony fish weighing over 2.7 tonnes on a beach in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. The massive sunfish weighed 2,744 kilogrammes (6,049 lbs) and was found in the Azores, a group of islands in the mid-Atlantic that belong to Portugal.…

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Read more about the article Breathtaking Encounter With Killer Whale Mum And Her Calf
Picture shows an orca in Monterey Bay, in Monterey, California, on Friday, Sept. 28, 2022. Orcas are the largest member of the dolphin family. (Evan Brodsky | Monterey Bay Whale Watch/Newsflash)

Breathtaking Encounter With Killer Whale Mum And Her Calf

Killer whale mother and her calf are captured on camera swimming side by side in the ocean. Cinematographer Evan Brodsky, 32, caught the amazing scene off Monterey Bay, California, USA, on 3rd October. In the footage, the mother and son orcas (Orcinus orca) - known to ocean conservationists as CA58…

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Read more about the article Amazing Footage As Marine Enthusiast Meets Huge Killer Whale In Mexico
Diver has a close encounter with an orca in San Jose del Cabo, in Baja California Sur, Mexico, on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2022. According to Nikki Brant, 52, being underwater has always felt like home to her. (@nik_in_a_cage/Newsflash)

Amazing Footage As Marine Enthusiast Meets Huge Killer Whale In Mexico

This heart-stopping footage shows a professional diver having a rare face-to-face encounter with a giant orca in the waters off the Mexican coast. Marine enthusiast Nikki Brant, 52, told Newsflash in an interview that she was born and raised in the US state of Utah, but later moved to the…

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Read more about the article New Study Predicts Climate Change Could Shift And Intensify Seasonal Acidification Of The Arctic Ocean
Image shows the Arctic polar cod Boreogadus saida, undated photo. Researchers predicted that climate change could shift and intensify seasonal acidification in the Arctic Ocean. (Hauke Flores, Alfred Wegener Institute/Newsflash)

New Study Predicts Climate Change Could Shift And Intensify Seasonal Acidification Of The Arctic Ocean

New research has predicted that climate change could intensify the summer acidification of the Arctic Ocean by up to 25 per cent leaving the ecosystem with severe consequences. Experts from the Alfred Wegener Institute (AWI) reported that Earth's oceans have absorbed over a quarter of all anthropogenic carbon dioxide from…

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Read more about the article 14 Rare Turtles Are Released Back Into The Sea
Picture shows some of the 14 Loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) Fourteen turtles going into the sea on the beach of El Puig, in Spain, this Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2022. (Oceanografic Valencia/Newsflash)

14 Rare Turtles Are Released Back Into The Sea

https://youtu.be/gNHocZnaT7o Oceanografic Valencia/Newsflash 14 rare sea turtles are released into the ocean. Footage of the release shows the loggerhead sea turtles- Caretta caretta - being released into the sea on the beach of El Puig, a village located about 15 kilometres north of the city of Valencia, in south-eastern Spain,…

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Read more about the article Greenpeace UK Creates Underwater Boulder Barrier To Block Destructive Industrial Fishing
A boulder bearing Caroline Lucas' name is placed in the sea. Greenpeace UK place 18 limestone boulders on the seabed in the South West Deeps Marine Protected Area to block destructive industrial fishing. Campaigners and crew on board Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise sail to the western English Channel to make a portion of the South West Deeps off-limits to bottom-trawling. (Kristian Buus,Greenpeace,SWNS/Newsflash)

Greenpeace UK Creates Underwater Boulder Barrier To Block Destructive Industrial Fishing

Greenpeace UK has placed 18 limestone boulders on the seabed in the western English Channel to block destructive industrial fishing. On Thursday 1 September, campaigners and crew on board Greenpeace ship Arctic Sunrise sailed to the South West Deeps (East) Marine Protected Area to make a portion of the area…

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Read more about the article Human Noise Travels All The Way To Ocean Depths And Affects Seafloor Life – New Study
Photo shows amphipods that occur in high densities in the seabed of the North Sea, undated photo. Scientists say sounds with low frequencies stress some species of crustaceans, worms and mussels - with potentially far-reaching consequences for marine ecosystems. (Alfred-Wegener-Institut, Sheng Wang/Newsflash)

Human Noise Travels All The Way To Ocean Depths And Affects Seafloor Life – New Study

Scientists have demonstrated that noise caused by humans can carry all the way down to the seafloor and affect the marine wildlife that lives there. An increasing number of sounds caused by human activities - even low-frequency noises - are permeating the oceans' waters, with new evidence showing that "these…

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Read more about the article A Shipwreck Of Captain James Cook’s HMS Endeavour Which Sank In 1778 Is Being Eaten By Worms
Shipworms found in the center of the timber that was salvaged from the wreck site off Rhode Island, which was discovered in February, 2022. The ship was used for one of the world's first scientific voyages before it sank in 1778. (Reuben Shipway,University of Plymouth,SWNS/Newsflash)

A Shipwreck Of Captain James Cook’s HMS Endeavour Which Sank In 1778 Is Being Eaten By Worms

A shipwreck of Captain James Cook’s HMS Endeavour which sank in 1778 is being eaten by crustaceans, experts have found. The ship's timber frame, located off the coast of Rhode Island, US, is being destroyed by two species called shipworms and gribbles - otherwise known as "termites of the ocean".…

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