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Conservation DOES work. Marine Protected Area borders have higher fish densities than open fishing grounds.

Conservation DOES work. Marine Protected Area borders have higher fish densities than open fishing grounds.

Learn about sea turtle migration here: http://www.seeturtles.org/1895/sea-turtle-migration.html (Photo Credit: Mary Wozny)

Learn about sea turtle migration here: http://www.seeturtles.org/1895/sea-turtle-migration.html (Photo Credit: Mary Wozny)

Learn about sharks, the threats they face, ways you can help conserve them and more. www.seethewild.org/46/see-sharks.html

Learn about sharks, the threats they face, ways you can help conserve them and more. www.seethewild.org/46/see-sharks.html

Learn about whale sharks - the largest fish on the planet. They may be enormous but these gentle giants are harmless filter feeders. Learn more here: http://www.seethewild.org/26/whale-shark-facts.html

Learn about whale sharks - the largest fish on the planet. They may be enormous but these gentle giants are harmless filter feeders. Learn more here: http://www.seethewild.org/26/whale-shark-facts.html

Thank you for helping to Keep North Atlantic Humpbacks Protected - WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation

Thank you for helping to Keep North Atlantic Humpbacks Protected - WDC, Whale and Dolphin Conservation

Smile by David Valencia, nationalgeographic: Frontal view of a whale shark taken at Darwin Island, Galapagos, Ecuador. The whale shark, the largest fish in the ocean  (reaching up to 40' in length) is primarily a filter feeder, and originated 60 million years ago. #Whale_Shark #David_Valencia #nationalgeographic #Galapagos

Smile by David Valencia, nationalgeographic: Frontal view of a whale shark taken at Darwin Island, Galapagos, Ecuador. The whale shark, the largest fish in the ocean (reaching up to 40' in length) is primarily a filter feeder, and originated 60 million years ago. #Whale_Shark #David_Valencia #nationalgeographic #Galapagos

The Israeli film Dolphin Boy, a 72 minute documentary written, directed and produced by Dani Menkin, and prize-wining photo-journalist Yonatan Nir, documents the recovery with the help of dolphins of a teenager suffering from PTSD.

The Israeli film Dolphin Boy, a 72 minute documentary written, directed and produced by Dani Menkin, and prize-wining photo-journalist Yonatan Nir, documents the recovery with the help of dolphins of a teenager suffering from PTSD.

I had this wonderful swing just outside my bedroom.  I could swing way out and be able to jump into warm clear water...

I had this wonderful swing just outside my bedroom. I could swing way out and be able to jump into warm clear water...

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