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Turning trash into treasure! Glass bottles are recycled into souvenirs.

Turning trash into treasure! Glass bottles are recycled into souvenirs.

Exhibitionist Crustaceans! By Jim Toomey

By Jim Toomey

Imagine if every ship was helping ocean science. What would you study?http://sailorsforthesea.org/resources/ocean-watch-essays/unlocking-ocean

Blue means low, red means high.

Cardinalfish dads protect their eggs by gingerly carrying them in their mouths.

) dads do their part to protect their eggs by gingerly carrying them in their mouths. However, the dads could.

Tunicates, also called Sea-Squirts

Purple Tunicates, also called Sea-Squirts, are pretty little chordates

Lionfish Invasive Species Tropical Fish found in FL

Lionfish Invasive Species Tropical Fish found in FL

Uber the Sea !

The wonderful colours of the underwater world

The Haddis Catch

The Haddis Catch

Where your donation goes at Sailors for the Sea #infographic  http://sailorsforthesea.org/Donate.aspx

Where your donation goes at Sailors for the Sea #infographic http://sailorsforthesea.org/Donate.aspx

Many people don’t know that their actions make a difference (or how to!).  With World Ocean Day around the corner, it’s the perfect time to change that.

Spark Change for a Healthy Ocean!

Many people don’t know that their actions make a difference (or how to!). With World Ocean Day around the corner, it’s the perfect time to change that.

Why is Obama protecting a place you’ve never heard of? We explain.

Why is Obama protecting a place you’ve never heard of? We explain.

A vibrant giant clam is shown at Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge in the Line Islands. (Photo by: AP Photo/U. Fish and Wildlife Service, James Maragos)

Came across this photo online.  So excited to get home to fish!! I <3 Bristol Bay!!  Photo by Nick Hall

Salmon fishing bristol bay, ask.

The world’s biggest seafood firms are all contributing to the deaths of more than 100,000 whales, dolphins, seals, turtles and seabirds that are killed in agony every year by discarded fishing equipment, according to a new report.

Fish firms accused of letting whales, dolphins, seals and turtles die from 'ghost gear' at sea

The world’s biggest seafood firms are all contributing to the deaths of more than 100,000 whales, dolphins, seals, turtles and seabirds that are killed in agony every year by discarded fishing equipment, according to a new report.

NOAA 2013 Marine Debris Report

Marine Debris - is everyone's problem

Scientists map global routes of ship-borne invasive species

Scientists map ship-borne invaders

Researchers calculate the global highways of invasive marine species

Research conducted in Bimini in The Bahamas spanning almost two decades shows that female lemon sharks that were born there returned 15 years later to give birth to their own young, confirming this behavior for the first time in sharks. The study began in 1995, and has resulted in the capture, tagging, and release of more than 2,000 baby sharks.

Mother lemon sharks 'home' to their birthplace to give birth

Sharks Return to Their Birthplace to Give Birth. Lemon sharks swim in the Bahamas, where they are protected from commercial fishing. Female sharks that were born in the lagoon returned there 15 years later in order to have their own pups.

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