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Who's Who? Orcas of the Pacific Northwest Pt.2

Due to popular demand orcas of the Pacific Northwest now displaying their unique eyepatches...

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DeFINitely Hot: Social Distancing around Wildlife

Look at all the wildlife that is dwelling into urban landscapes due to our absence! What you should know about such encounters...

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Ask a Scientist: How to behave around Leopard Seals

Calling Antarctica home, New Zealand shores now see more resting Leopard Seals too. While you can consider yourself super lucky to encounter one, there are some rules you should keep in mind so it'll be a memorable but safe experience...

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Who's Who? Orcas of the Pacific Northwest

Do you have a hard time to determine which ecotype you've just encountered? All three dorsal fins are now on display for direct comparison:

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Ask a Scientist: What to do around sharks

Whether you go shark diving or swimming and encountering a shark by chance, it is always good to know how you can minimise the risk of a potential attack by following three simple rules...

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DeFINitely Hot: Nearly 20 commercial tour operators worldwide are official ‘cetacean-friendly’

The World Cetacean Alliance is about to turn the tide in the cetacean-watching industry by introducing the first operators certified under the responsible whale and dolphin watching certification programme...

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Ask a Scientist: Why you should always go on guided tours

Quality varies in commercial marine wildlife tours. There's one component you should be aware of that feels like common sense, but unfortunately is not...

 

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Ask a Scientist: Row, Row, Row your Boat around Wildlife

Our interest in wildlife comes with a twist as any interaction we have has an impact on the animals we encounter. The biggest threat, however, isn't commercial operators...

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Meet the Ecotypes - North-East Atlantic!

Due to popular demand now in the spotlight, the Ecoytypes of the North-East Atlantic! Here, two different types are making some waves coming with distinctive features. Find out more in another educative infographic:

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