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'Horrific' footage reveals fish suffocating to death on industrial farms in Italy
An Italian NGO has published footage taken on intensive fish farms that appears to reveal troubling practices in an industry that so far has largely gone unregulated.Shocking footage of intensively
“Movement ecologists” are turning technology against the global trade in illegal seafood
Conservationists were eager to track grey reef sharks’ as they swam across a protected shark sanctuary in the South Pacific. Excited researchers watched the movements…
'Headless chicken monster' caught on camera off East Antarctica
In the deep, dark Southern Ocean encircling Antarctica lies a creature so bewildering and elusive, it hasn't been filmed for a year. Behold, the 'headless chicken monster,' which has been filmed
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Life on the tiny island of Migingo - in pictures
A rounded rocky outcrop covered in metal shacks, Migingo Island rises out of the waters of Lake Victoria like an iron-plated turtle. The densely populated area covers barely a quarter of a hectare.
Google puts up $25 million for AI research to help humanity, Earth
Tech giant highlights projects using AI for good, including work helping newborn babies, whales and sustainable fisheries.
Theresa May ducks resignation question over fate of Brexit deal – Politics live
Rolling coverage of the latest political developments as they happenDominic Raab: Theresa May’s deal worse than staying in EUSpain accuses UK of treachery over Gibraltar Theresa May faces fresh
Spanish PM threatens to snub Brexit summit over future of Gibraltar
UK accused of acting ‘under darkness of night’ to include Rock in territorial scope of dealThe Spanish prime minister threatened on Friday to snub the weekend Brexit summit unless he received a public
Something’s fishy about these Bay Area fish tales
TilapiaGate is not the first, nor will it be the last, strange fish story from Northern California's waters.
One woman’s story reveals the human cost of climate change in Bangladesh
Sahia got married when she was 15 years old—and saw her husband for the first time on their wedding day. Her sense of humour is…
Boris: May Deal Lets EU 'Bully and Blackmail' UK into Fishing Surrender
Tory arch-Brexiteer Boris Johnson has warned that Theresa May's "worst deal in history" with the European Union will empower Brussels to "bully and blackmail" Britain over fisheries, where EU control
Use of fish discard exemptions by EU trawlers soars before ban
WWF says exemptions undermine landing obligation taking full effect next monthThe use of exemptions to EU restrictions on fish discards by EU trawlers has risen by 300% in the last year, according to
Millennials Struggle to Open Cans of Tuna on 'Kimmel'
With canned tuna consumption down more than 40 percent, executives are blaming millennials (as usual) for their business woes.
U.S. Commercial Fishing Growing, Thanks to Science, Conservation and a Taste for Salmon
Two new fishing reports show Americans are catching, importing and eating more seafood.
Marine life worse off inside 'protected' areas, analysis reveals
Findings expose ‘big lie’ behind European marine conservation, scientists sayDestructive trawling is more intense inside official marine sanctuaries, while endangered fish are more common outside
At least 15 Indians feared dead after being trapped in an illegal coal mine for 10 days
At least 15 workers, who have been trapped for over 10 days in an illegal mine in India’s Meghalaya state, are now feared dead. On…
China will start fishing along Somalia’s coastline just as piracy makes a comeback
The country with mainland Africa’s longest coastline is inviting China to its shores. Somalia granted fishing licenses to 31 Chinese vessels to exploit tuna and…
From Scotland to Madagascar with love: safe havens for world's rarest duck
Conservationists used floating cages from Scottish salmon farms to rear and release Madagascar pochards Two floating cages from Scottish salmon farms have been transformed into a safe haven for the
Ice Fisher Gets Hilariously Surprise Attacked By Nature
We're all winning after witnessing that look of defeat on his face. Totally unplanned and absolutely hilarious.
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Shark attack: five survivors on what it's like when a great white tries to eat you
Human reactions to shark attacks have fascinated Fiona Adolph for more than a decade. Here she examines a global hotspot, Western AustraliaOn a whisper-still January dawn, the most terrifying day of
Cyberfishing Smart Rod Sensor transforms normal fishing rods into data recorders
The Cyberfishing Smart Rod Sensor, on display at CES 2019, upgrades normal fishing rods into smarter versions of themselves. The device will work with a companion app to record data, including fishing
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