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Sea Turtles Take A Shorter Route Around The Atlantic

Sea Turtles Take A Shorter Route Around The Atlantic

The path travelled by baby sea turtles may not correspond with what scientists had assumed until now. In fact according to satellite tracking some of the turtles actually opt for warmer browner pastures.

Until recently scientists have believed that young sea turtles hop on the back of a big sea current called the North Atlantic Subtropical Gyre which should take them all the way around the ocean and helping them turn up on their original coastline after one or two years. The first study conducted using satellite technology shows that many young turtles drop out of the current and choose to follow brown floating seaweed known as Sargassum which provides food, shelter and heat.

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Killer Whale Documentary Makes Waves In California

Killer Whale Documentary Makes Waves In California

The documentary film “Blackfish” is making some serious waves in California after on law maker proposed legislation that would effectively end Killer Whale shows at SeaWorld the San Diego Tribune is reporting.

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PETA Files Legal Action For Elephant’s Release

PETA Files Legal Action For Elephant’s Release

A court in Mumbai will hear the case of Sunder the Elephant and decide his fate after a PETA investigation found that the 14 year old elephant was the subject of cruel treatment and horrible living conditions.

A petition was filed citing the inaction of the Forest Department despite the fact that Dr. Patanagro Kadam Maharashtra State Minister of Forests had ordered the elephant to be released.

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Dogs In Synch With Owners Emotions According To Study

Dogs In Synch With Owners Emotions According To Study

If you believe your dog is able to tell whether you are happy or sad it turns out you may well be right.

According to a new study which was published in Current Biology, Dogs are sensitive to emotional cues present in the human voice. Researchers think that the part of the brain which processes voice and sounds in both humans and dogs evolved at the same time 100 million years ago when both species shared a common anscestor.

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The Great Elephant Census To Begin This Year

The Great Elephant Census To Begin This Year

Elephants Without Borders is undertaking a 2 year long census that will survey elephants and began last month.

The survey is the largest pan African aerial census of elephants since the 1970’s and is being calls the Great Elephant Census. The results are expected to provide important information that will be crucial for the future survival of the species. It is expected to return information such as population statistics and geographic range all of which will go a long way to helping conservation efforts.

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