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New Zealand fisheries want grisly images of dead penguins caught in nets censored
Industry leaders say plan to install cameras on commercial fishing vessels is a risk to ‘NZ Inc’The seafood industry in New Zealand has asked the government to withhold graphic video of dead sea life
The Sentinelese (Entry 1134.LV2024)
In which John introduces us to the world's last uncontacted tribe—but not literally, because that would be illegal. Certificate #13568
Commentary: That Shark Drag Video Is Horrifying. But It Happens Every Day.
Commercial fishing methods can drag hundreds of thousands of fish for miles.
Even the Tuna Conservationists Want a Piece of This Blockchain Action
It seems like everyone is getting into blockchain these days. After all, companies claim to like “transparency,” “security,” and anything to do with the rollercoaster ride that is bitcoin. But
Report warns of dire future for Coral Triangle reef fish
Popular species like grouper and wrasse could be gone from dining tables in decades as trade drives wild populations to the brink of collapse.The US$1 billion a year Live Reef Fish for Food Trade
Debt for dolphins: Seychelles creates huge marine parks in world-first finance scheme
An innovative exchange of sovereign debt for marine conservation, backed by the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, could pave the way to saving large swaths of the world’s oceansThe tropical island nation of
45 Freaky Things Pulled Up by A Russian Deep Sea Fisherman
Damn nature, you scary! Fisherman Roman Fedortsov shares photos of all the creatures he sees working on a fishing trawler in Murmansk.
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North Atlantic right whales may face extinction after no new births recorded
Declining fertility and rising mortality, exacerbated by fishing industry, prompts experts to warn whales could be extinct by 2040 The dwindling North Atlantic right whale population is on track to
Krill fishing poses serious threat to Antarctic ecosystem, report warns
Greenpeace finds industrial fishing taking place in the feeding grounds of whales and penguins, with vessels involved in oil spills and accidents Chris Packham: Fishing for krill is an
Whales and fishermen caught in turf war over California’s coast
The Center for Biological Diversity filed a lawsuit against the California Department of Fish and Wildlife, claiming the department's failure to prevent Dungeness crab gear from harassing, injuring
We underestimated the size of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch—by 16 times
Less than a year ago, the scientific community thought the Great Pacific Garbage Patch was about the size of France. As tends to be the…
The Great Dolphin-Human War Is Inching Closer
After all of those years of humans holding dolphins in shackles, mocking them with cutesy depictions in the media, and forcing them to do tricks under inhumane conditions at theme parks, the cetaceans
People are using 'Far Cry 5' to chill and fish instead of destroying the cult
Far Cry 5 is a game in which you desperately defend yourself against a heavily armed religious cult. Or, if you prefer, you could use it as a nice chance to squeeze in a bit of fishing.There's no
Tech & Science
How a vampire squid inspired a Goldman prize-winning marine life champion
European winner of the Goldman environment prize switched from journalism to activism to tackle the destructive practice of deep-sea bottom trawlingUnprecedented win for women in top global
Daily Cartoon: Friday, May 4th
In Darrin Bell’s Daily Cartoon, a father teaches his son life lessons.
The Japanese Shark Hunters Catching the Ocean's Fiercest Predators
We follow a group of fishermen off the coast of Okinawa as they gear up for a hunt.
We Went Fishing with Japan's Shark Hunters
Okinawa's fishermen took VICE along on their annual shark hunt, and we met the scientists who study their haul once it's brought to shore.
Trawlerman airlifted after being bitten by shark caught in nets
Max Berryman, 21, taken to hospital in Truro with injuries sustained off Land’s EndA fisherman was airlifted to hospital after being bitten on the leg by a shark landed on a boat off the Cornish
'Bendy Bone,' Today's Comic by Paige Mehrer
While dissecting a fish, we find that the bones of some creatures are just too delicate.
Rare Footage Shows Family of Hungry Leopards Teaching Themselves How to Fish
Narrated by David Attenborough, a family of Leopards in Botswana learn how to fish in order to survive