Experts warn: 'dolphin swim may not be a good idea'; 'Flipper' frolics with sharks
Scientists find mystery krill killer; 'exploding' infection caused by parasite
Study: 'gender bender' chemical found to transform oysters into hermaphrodites
Florida manatees may get hearing tests after unexplained spike in deaths; 'it gets pretty loud down there'
'Dolphin-Nappers' Set Up Shop in the Troubled Solomons
US conservation group urges Canadian Olympics boycott over seal hunt; 'slaughter of seals must end'
Porpoise Tests Reveal 'Hemorrhagic Trauma' Consistent with Use of Naval Sonar
Researchers: dolphins change sonar volume as they near target
Getting Finicky Seahorses Hooked on Frozen Food May Save the Species
Australasia Deep-Sea Exploration Turns up 100 New Species to Science
Chinese organized crime triads linked with South African abalone smuggling
Frogs invade South Carolina neighborhood; 'The ground's just hopping pretty much'
Case For UK Dolphin Friendly Nets 'Not Proven'
Dolphin 'trap doors' being tested on Scottish trawler nets
Aussies to test lobsters for distress when their tail is removed
Illegal South African abalone dealer sentenced to 10 months in prison; 4th time charged in nine years
US Navy SONAR suspected as half-dozen porpoises wash up on Washington state shoreline
Scientists find 'big red,' new jellyfish species, deep in Monterey Canyon; 'it's very large, it's a predator'
Seal pups recognize their mother's voice within days of birth
Experts: 'Impossible to catch Andre'; Scottish seal eludes nets again
Die Another Day: 'Andre' the Seal Outwits Rescuers and Anglers--Again; 'He Has Us Stumped'
Malaysian smuggling ring exposed as six tons of turtles are seized at airport in Vietnam
Seven-yr-old Aussie Boy Dies From Box Jellyfish Sting
San Diego's Bid to Share the Sea with Seals Fails; Man Clawed
Trawler 'pingers' proposed to lessen 'gruesome' dolphin and porpoise deaths off Britain's coast
Europe's eel population slowly slithering away; 'the causes are unclear'
Darkening Florida coastline brightens sea turtle's future
New coral family identified in Atlantic upsets classifications; 'the whole system is broken'
date added: 2004-03-01 source: news.nationalgeographic.com
Trawlers suspected as nine dolphins wash up on the UK coast
date added: 2004-02-25 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Connect the spots: revealing leopard seal secrets; 'oh God, you're a smart seal'
date added: 2004-02-24 source: news.nationalgeographic.com
Indonesia to protect top nesting site for critically endangered turtles
date added: 2004-02-19 source: www.commondreams.org
New technologies reveal mysteries of marine megafauna; 'normal people don?t go out there'
date added: 2004-02-18 source: www.innovations-report.com
Longlines imperil pacific turtles; 'annual 40-60% chance of meeting a longline hook'
date added: 2004-02-18 source: news.bbc.co.uk
Experts to keep tabs on 5,000 Pacific creatures
date added: 2004-02-18 source: news.scotsman.com
Crittercam Records Sea Turtle Mating for First Time
date added: 2004-02-16 source: news.nationalgeographic.com
10 tons of abalone seized as South Africa smashes international smuggling ring
date added: 2004-02-08 source: www.iol.co.za
Human contact may be threat to Hawaiian monk seals; 'the consequences are not good'
date added: 2004-02-05 source: the.honoluluadvertiser.com
South Africa police, abalone poachers in beach gunfight; officer attacked with dive knife
date added: 2004-02-03 source: www.iol.co.za
Deadly beaches: seven of eight sea turtle species face extinction; 'the massacre occurs every year'
date added: 2004-01-31 source: www.ipsnews.net
Mexicans Outraged by Sea Turtle Massacre; 'The Worst Predator is Man'
date added: 2004-01-29 source: www.commondreams.org
Aussies worried as sea stars spread along eastern coast; 'obviously it's pretty serious'
date added: 2004-01-27 source: www.theage.com.au
Greenpeace Sets Sail to Protect UK Dolphins from Fishing Trawlers; 'It Is Reprehensible'
date added: 2004-01-26 source: www.guardian.co.uk
Scientist: Iron is Key Ingredient in Mussel 'Glue'
date added: 2004-01-15 source: www.planetark.com
Scientists Puzzled over Dolphin Mystery: What's Killing Firstborn Calves?
date added: 2004-01-11 source: news.nationalgeographic.com
Study: Aussie Seals Eating More Fish Than Humans; 'It Highlights How Little We Know About These Things'
date added: 2004-01-07 source: www.smh.com.au
Aussie scientists link newly discovered jellyfish to 'irukandji syndrome'
date added: 2003-12-16 source: www.iol.co.za
Canadian company pushing puffer fish poison as a painkiller
date added: 2003-12-04 source: www.wired.com
Group: driftnets decimating Mediterranean dolphins despite bans; 'a massive slaughter of vulnerable species'
date added: 2003-11-24 source: news.bbc.co.uk
'Voracious' European green crabs found in northwest US waters; 'the problem is not going away'
date added: 2003-11-06 source: seattlepi.nwsource.com
Researchers Worry as More Monk Seals Migrate to the Main Hawaiian Islands; 'The Ecosystem Here is So Different'
date added: 2003-11-05 source: the.honoluluadvertiser.com
German scientists fit seal with headphones to test 'disco effect'
date added: 2003-10-31 source: www.theage.com.au
Salmon Lobby Calls for UK Grey Seal Birth Control; 'We Are Not Advocating More Culls'
Aussie abalone poacher's mom leaps to son's defense, pleads for a second, second chance
Lured by abalone riches, South Africa poacher finds himself stranded
Turtles being lured to disco death in Greece
WWF: civil war, poaching has lead to a 95% decline in Congo hippo population
Maui green sea turtle found with rusty spear in its neck rescued; 'we feel really good about this one'
After a three-year hiatus, scientists celebrate the return of 'Miss Pearl', Nicaraguan sea turtle
Eight More Dolphins Captured in the Solomon Islands Last Week; 'Time is Running Out'
Dolphin imported from the Solomon Islands dies in Cancun
EU has 'pinger' plan to save dolphins; 'an important first step'
Leopard Seal Kills Snorkeling Antarctic Scientist; 'This is Tragic and Shocking'
Porpoise necropsies begin to see if deaths are sonar-related; 'we're asking them a lot of questions'
Scientists shed light on the mysterious 'red devil' jumbo squid