Deux baleines noires au nord d'Anticosti : des scientifiques appellent à la prudence. What's a humpback whale doing in the forest? Anonymous Takes Down Five Government Websites in Iceland to Protest Whale Hunting. Online activists associated with Anonymous took down five websites belonging to the Icelandic government and two other related sites, as part of their campaign to protest against any type of regulated whale hunting.
According to local Icelandic website Grapevine.is, the attack took place late Friday, November 27, and lasted 13 hours, until mid-day Saturday, when the sites returned online. Five government websites were taken down The five targeted government websites belonged to the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of the Interior, Iceland's Prime Minister, and the government's main portal. Additionally, the site belonging to HB Grandi, an Icelandic whale fishing company, was also hit, along with the website of the Japanese Whaling Association. Check tweets below for exact URLs. 337 Whales Beached in Largest Stranding Ever. Scientists made a startling discovery on an observation flight over a remote fjord in southern Chile’s Patagonia: 337 dead whales.
That is the biggest single whale stranding event known to science. Because of the remoteness of the area and the roughness of the seas, scientists have not been able to examine the whales directly, but aerial and satellite photography identified 305 bodies and 32 skeletons in an area between the Gulf of Penas and Puerto Natales, toward the southern tip of the continent. Many of the remains were in advanced states of decay so it’s unclear what species they are, says lead scientist Carolina Simon Gutstein of the Universidad de Chile and Consejo de Monumentos Nacionales in Santiago.
But based on their size and location, they are probably sei whales, she says. Endangered throughout its range, sei whales are large, bluish-gray baleen whales that filter the water to feed on krill and other small creatures. The status of whales off Chile is poorly known, she adds. Whales Are Dying In Mass - 337 Whales Beached in Largest Stranding Ever & Also 3 Whales Beached Off Coast of Canada & Blue Whale In Oregon - November 2015. The cause of the massive die-off, discovered in remote waters off Patagonia, Chile, is being investigated.
Scientists say they are most likely sei whales, which are endangered. The dead whales were first observed in Patagonia in June from the air, but now scientists are trying to figure out what killed them. By Brian Clark Howard, National Geographic. Mobilisation importante pour le sauvetage d'une baleine. En détresse, cette baleine a "demandé" l'aide de pêcheurs. ANIMAUX - Le comportement des hommes peut avoir un impact néfaste sur les animaux et la nature.
iWhales. Mobilisation importante pour le sauvetage d'une baleine. Whale Rescue, providing logistical and practical expertise in the rescue of whales and dolphins. Le narval, la licorne des eaux froides de l'arctique. How Whales Change Climate - Sustainable Human. One of the most exciting scientific findings of the past half century has been the discovery of widespread trophic cascades.
A trophic cascade is an ecological process which starts at the top of the food chain and tumbles all the way down to the bottom. We all know that whales eat fish and krill, and some people – certain politicians in Japan for example - have argued that killing whales would be good for human beings, as it would boost the food available for us to eat. And so you would think. But as the great whales declined, so did the numbers of fish and krill. It seems counter-intuitive: surely their numbers would rise as their major predators disappeared?
CONSCIENCE ANIMALE - One Love One Heart Expedition. Des baleines dans le lagon à Moorea. Rare white whale spotted in New Zealand - WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation. Des baleines dans le lagon à Moorea. Creatures that Live on Dolphins and Whales: Photos. Route des baleines de l’UNESCO : la route en mer à La Réunion plombe le dossier - Environnement. La Commission permanente du Conseil régional réunie ce jour, a examiné un dossier visant à l’inscription d’une route des baleines au patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO.
La Réunion est directement concernée par la zone géographique identifiée dans la région du sud-ouest de l’océan indien. Le Conseil régional de La Réunion s’est positionné comme porteur de ce projet ambitieux. Gray whale with two calves 'the most amazing thing I've seen on the ocean' Gray whale mom with two calves by her side.
Photo: Screen grab There’s a powerful bond between a gray whale mother and her calf. She’ll nurse and do her best to protect the baby from the time it’s born in or near Mexican waters until it reaches Arctic home waters. It’s an arduous task, with the little one facing constant threats that range from hungry killer whales to abandoned fishing gear. One calf, to be sure, is about all that mom can handle. Capt. Earth - The world's loneliest whale may not be alone after all. It's been nicknamed "the loneliest whale in the world".
It sings a song like no other. Some say it wanders alone across the Pacific Ocean, crying out for companionship that never comes. Earth - Do whales have graveyards where they prefer to die? On the northern tip of New Zealand's South Island, there is a long bar of sand called Farewell Spit.
The area is famous, but for an undesirable reason. It's a hotspot of whale strandings. In February 2015, 200 pilot whales became stuck on the shore. Whales Have Unique Voices. Boaters That Free Humpback Whale from Net See the Whale Jump For Joy After [VIDEO] - Wide Open Spaces. The Sea of Cortez is the backdrop for a Valentine’s Day rescue mission.
Several men in a boat out for a day of snorkeling happened upon a young whale that they thought was dead. After the whale exhaled a strong breath through its blow hole, the men realized that not only was the animal still alive, but it was in distress. Here’s how they managed to save it: According to the men, the humpback whale was so entangled that both pectoral fins were pinned to its body. After working for over an hour, the men seemed to have enough of the whale freed that they would be able to get the rest of the net off of the animal’s fluke. Right whales have distinctive voices. Boaters That Free Humpback Whale from Net See the Whale Jump For Joy After [VIDEO] - Wide Open Spaces. Stranded humpback whale 'Johanna' had microplastics in her stomach.
Underwater Photography Guide. Incredible Photos of a Humpback Mother and Calf followed by an Orca Attack Text and Photos By Rodney Bursiel Oliver Wendell Holmes said, “A mind stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.” After visiting the Socorro Islands with Great White Adventures aboard the Solmar V, my mind was stretched more than I could ever imagine. Nord-Pas-de-Calais : une baleine échouée sur une plage. Une baleine a été retrouvée échouée, dimanche matin, au pied des falaises à Escalles, petite commune du Pas-de-Calais. Le cétacé mesure 3.5 mètre de long et pèse plus de 500 kilos.
C’est un rorqual à museau pointu, l’une des plus petites espèces de baleine, d’après les informations du journal La Voix du Nord. Как серый кит поставил ученых в тупик — National Geographic Россия. La mélodie des baleines au cœur du vacarme. Welcome the Whales Parade 2015. PHOTO ESSAY BY DAVID WELTON Whidbey Life Magazine Contributor April 22, 2015 Lots of islanders dressed as sea creatures at the Orca Network’s Welcome the Whales Festival in Langley on Saturday, April 18. Jim Freeman and Orca Network President Susan Berta welcome the people who came to welcome the whales. Parade-goers carry Gary the Gray Whale down First Street in Langley. Color and sea creatures abound! Norway’s ‘Whale Island’ Is The Perfect Argument Against Whaling. A drone flying in Norway near the aptly-named "Whale Island" (Kvaløya in Norwegian) captured stunning footage of the area’s best scenery — whales.
First, the scene is set by a backdrop of stunning snowy mountains. (Viggo Lortenson/YouTube) Japan’s Excuse For Killing Whales Is A Giant Lie. Japan's excuse for slaughtering thousands of whales has been blown to pieces. The country has long exploited a loophole allowing whaling for "scientific research," and scientists say its whaling program is utterly unscientific. A panel of experts from the International Whaling Commission (IWC), the body that once regulated commercial whaling around the world, condemned Japan's newly-revised Antarctic whale hunt plans, claiming they show no need for killing whales, Reuters reports. "With the information presented in the proposal, the Panel was not able to determine whether lethal sampling is necessary to achieve the two major objectives; therefore, the current proposal does not demonstrate the need for lethal sampling to achieve those objectives.
" The IWC adopted a moratorium on whaling in 1986 and encouraged member countries to sign it. How a DVD Case Killed a Whale: the Issue With Marine Debris. National Geographic reports that in August of this past year, a Sei whale was found swimming in river tributary of the Chesapeake Bay. This sighting was incredibly unusual for the busy and industrial river. Endangered Sei whales are normally found in the deep waters of all temperate oceans (they aren’t found in polar or tropical regions).
Une baleine bleue pique la curiosité des chercheurs. Comment la musique pop a aidé à sauver les baleines. Only one non-human species has ever had a hit record: whales. When whales were first recorded, they became really big. In 1970, when Judy Collins recorded the album Whales and Nightingales, she included a song called Farewell to Tarwathie, in which she sang along with the sounds of whales, creating a haunting duet. Voici The Incredible Way Hungry baleines à bosse Work Together To Feed.
It should come as no surprise that, as some of the largest animals on the planet, humpback whales have a whale-sized appetite to boot. In fact, to meet their energy needs, whales chow down on as many as 1,500,000 calories every day — roughly the same an adult human might consume in a little over two years. (Imgur) But as mind-boggling as that fact is, the way that humpback whales go about getting their fill is even more amazing. Saving Whales Could Be The Secret Solution To Potential Climate Disasters.
Propeller strike evidence found on dead Sperm whale near Ardrossan, December 8 2014. How Whales Change Climate - Sustainable Human. Une baleine bleue pique la curiosité des chercheurs. Quarante baleines pilotes repérés dans la rivière Blackwater, deux échoués à Saint-Laurent.
Japon baleiniers. Migaloo the White Whale's Song. La viande de baleines - Moukmouk de Pohenegamouk. L'Islande (après le Japon) tue beaucoup de baleines à des fins « scientifiques » qui sont certainement commerciales... Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Offers a New View of Killer Whales. Plus de 1600 baleines tuées en 2013. Sometimes there are no words - WDC. Leviathan. Whales and human-related activities overlap in African waters. Whales hunting krill - Planet Earth - BBC. Gdf Suez autorisé à deranger baleines et dauphins. Noisy oceans potentially driving whales away from prime habitat. Um die Hälfte geschrumpft: Great Barrier Reef droht komplett zu sterben. Gray whale dies bringing us a message — with stomach full of plastic trash. Une baleine offre un show inattendu à deux pêcheurs. Les dernières baleines bleues menacées par des sonars militaires.
Sea Shepherd Deutschland. Vu du Ciel - S01E03 - 11 - A propos des changements climatiques & baleines - GUILLAUME PELLERIN. Les chiens japonais ne mangeront plus de croquettes à la baleine. La saison 2013 de la chasse à la baleine en Islande est arrivée à son terme : un sursis pour les baleines, mais pour combien de temps ?
Leviathan. Meurtres avec préméditation et massacre sans limites: petite histoire de la chasse baleinière japonaise en Antarctique. Scientists believe some whales flee from sonar. Chasse à la baleine : une ONG se tourne vers la Cour suprême des Etats-Unis. Iceland ups 2014 whaling quotas. Norwegian Whales (Cont.) The Erotic Endurance of Whale Hips. Océan Indien : la route des baleines au patrimoine de l’Unesco ?