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Fur seals are declining thanks to lack of food and climate change, study finds

Krill populations are plummeting due to warming waters, which leaves fur seals without meals.

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NJ offshore wind funds will pay for whale detection, seal study

Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday $2 million for three new offshore wind environmental projects, including the launch of a whale detection buoy, a study on animal diversity in the offshore wind lease areas, and funding to monitor offshore wind's impacts on New Jersey's harbor seal population.

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7 wildlife species at risk from the Willow Project

Scientists warn the Willow Project not only damages the atmosphere but also threatens vulnerable wildlife — here are 7 examples.
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The Antarctic and Arctic sounds rarely heard before

The poles are not known for being noisy but a project reveals their weird and wonderful sounds.
A portrait of South Georgia: Abundance, exploitation, recovery

A portrait of South Georgia: Abundance, exploitation, recovery

A series of ecological initiatives, including the eradication of several invasive species, has dramatically revived the life and landscape of this remote sub-Antarctic island.
London’s River Thames, now home to sharks, seals and seahorses, is no longer ‘biologically dead’

London’s River Thames, now home to sharks, seals and seahorses, is no longer ‘biologically dead’

The British capital's Zoological Society said cleanup efforts have brought down levels of chemicals like phosphorus, making the river “home to myriad wildlife as diverse as London itself.”
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How 14 elephant seals assisted an Antarctic ice study
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How 14 elephant seals assisted an Antarctic ice study

Mapping currents in the Southern Ocean is vital to monitoring climate change, but hard to conduct. So scientists turned to seals for help.
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