Category Archives: sea species

Solomon dolphin hunt: survival or just business?

Al Jazeera’s 101 East  joins an annual tribal dolphin hunt in the Solomon Islands and ask whether this ancient practice should be stopped. In a remote Pacific paradise in the Solomon Islands, a village continues a centuries-old tradition that has … Continue reading

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Excessive fishing dries out Indonesian waters

Globally, demand on fish has swelled nearly three times by 2010, from the 1970 average of 40 million tonnes the world consumed. In Indonesia, with overfishing depleting fish stocks in the Pacific Ocean, many fishermen are using aggressive means to … Continue reading

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Giant Jellyfish Washes Up In Tasmania, Australia

DESCRIPTION: New Species Of Giant Jellyfish Found On Tasmanian (Australia) Beach – Thought To Be Lion’s Mane A previously unidentified species of giant jellyfish is invading southern Tasmania this summer, baffling scientists after one of the animals washed up on … Continue reading

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