Marine Species

'Marine Species' - 22 News Result(s)

  • Number Of Deaths Of Olive Ridley Turtles Declines In Odisha This Year: Official
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday March 19, 2021
    The number of deaths of Olive Ridley sea turtles along the Odisha coast has come down this year as the state forest department has taken various measures for the protection of the endangered marine species and their habitats, an official said.
  • 50 Kg Sea Fans, Other Wildlife Parts Seized In Assam, 3 Arrested
    India News | Written by Ratnadip Choudhury | Thursday December 3, 2020
    The Assam forest department and the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) got a major success with a massive seizure of illegally smuggled marine life products, mostly sea fans, apart from parts of several endangered species from Guwahati on Tuesday.
  • 7 Crore Worth Dried Sea Horse, Sea Cucumber Seized In Chennai, 2 Detained
    Chennai News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Swati Bhasin | Wednesday February 27, 2019
    Dried sea horses, pangolin scales and other marine species worth 7 crore were seized today in Chennai by customs officials who have also detained two smugglers.
  • Beer Bottles May Help Save These Endangered Fish From Extinction
    Offbeat | Press Trust of India | Tuesday August 8, 2017
    Endangered Australian spotted handfish are taking refuge in discarded beer bottles on river beds to save themselves from extinction, scientists said today. The spotted handfish is the first marine species in the world to beclassified as critically endangered.
  • Scientists Name New Fish Species After Obama
    World News | Brittany Lyte, Juliet Eilperin, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 21, 2016
    While scuba diving among the Pacific's deep-sea corals in June, marine biologist Richard Pyle spied a tiny fish the size of a toy race car. Googly-eyed and blush pink, the creature wore a prominent splotch of bluish red on the rear of its dorsal fin.
  • 80 Per Cent Of Marine Biodiversity In Indian Ocean Not Classified: Expert
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday December 2, 2016
    An eminent American expert on marine biodiversity has urged the Indian scientists to foster genetic studies for classifying marine species, saying most of such species were still unexplored in the Indian region.
  • Opinion: How India Should Handle Beijing After South China Sea Verdict
    Opinion | Nitin Pai | Wednesday July 13, 2016
    The tribunal dismissed China's claims and ruled that its actions had, among others, indeed violated the Philippines sovereignty, damaged the marine environment and some marine species, all with the knowledge of the Chinese government.
  • Stop Finding Dory: Welfare Body Tells People Buying 'Blue Tang' Fishes
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday June 16, 2016
    Animal welfare organisations today urged people not to buy 'blue tangs' as pets for their aquariums, anticipating an increase in demand for them following the release of Hollywood animation film "Finding Dory", depicting the story of the salt-water fish. They also warned that the spike in the sale of these species will have a severe impact on it.
  • Dozens Of Philippine Fish Species In Danger: Study
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday June 10, 2016
    Dozens of fish species have disappeared or are on the verge of being lost from marine biodiversity hotspot the Philippines, an environmental group said Friday, citing a new study.
  • This Bizarre Sea Monster Shows How Strange Life Gets After An Apocalypse
    World News | Rachel Feltman, The Washington Post | Tuesday May 24, 2016
    A newly discovered marine reptile is giving scientists a glimpse into the wondrous feats of nature in the face of adversity. Sclerocormus parviceps lived about 247 million years ago - in the aftermath of the most devastating mass extinction we know of, often referred to as "The Great Dying." Some 96 percent of all species went extinct, and changes ...
  • Meet The World's First Plant-Eating Marine Reptile
    World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Monday May 9, 2016
    A crocodile-sized sea reptile, that lived 242 million years ago in what today is southern China, represents the world's oldest species of herbivorous marine reptile, new research has found.
  • Gujarat Readies To Handle Possible Oil Spill In Sea
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday December 14, 2015
    In view of the possibility of oil spill in the sea near Gujarat coast due to heavy traffic of ships, the State Forest and Environment department has decided to prepare a risk mitigation and response plan to save the fragile eco-system and underwater habitat of marine species.
  • Antarctic Sanctuary Moves Closer With China Support: Officials
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday October 30, 2015
    Creation of a vast marine sanctuary in Antarctica's "Last Ocean" inched closer at international talks today as China for the first time backed the proposal, officials said, with Russia understood to be the last holdout.
  • Hong Kong's Love for Seafood Poses a Threat
    AFP | Tuesday July 18, 2017
    A seafood lunch in Hong Kong is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, but what about the threatened species on the menu and fishing practices that endanger marine life?
  • Ocean Threat From Hong Kong's Taste for Seafood
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday August 10, 2015
    A seafood lunch in Hong Kong is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, but with threatened species on the menu and fishing practices that endanger marine life, campaigners want to change the city's appetite.

'Marine Species' - 3 Video Result(s)

'Marine Species' - 22 News Result(s)

  • Number Of Deaths Of Olive Ridley Turtles Declines In Odisha This Year: Official
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday March 19, 2021
    The number of deaths of Olive Ridley sea turtles along the Odisha coast has come down this year as the state forest department has taken various measures for the protection of the endangered marine species and their habitats, an official said.
  • 50 Kg Sea Fans, Other Wildlife Parts Seized In Assam, 3 Arrested
    India News | Written by Ratnadip Choudhury | Thursday December 3, 2020
    The Assam forest department and the Wildlife Crime Control Bureau (WCCB) got a major success with a massive seizure of illegally smuggled marine life products, mostly sea fans, apart from parts of several endangered species from Guwahati on Tuesday.
  • 7 Crore Worth Dried Sea Horse, Sea Cucumber Seized In Chennai, 2 Detained
    Chennai News | Reported by J Sam Daniel Stalin, Edited by Swati Bhasin | Wednesday February 27, 2019
    Dried sea horses, pangolin scales and other marine species worth 7 crore were seized today in Chennai by customs officials who have also detained two smugglers.
  • Beer Bottles May Help Save These Endangered Fish From Extinction
    Offbeat | Press Trust of India | Tuesday August 8, 2017
    Endangered Australian spotted handfish are taking refuge in discarded beer bottles on river beds to save themselves from extinction, scientists said today. The spotted handfish is the first marine species in the world to beclassified as critically endangered.
  • Scientists Name New Fish Species After Obama
    World News | Brittany Lyte, Juliet Eilperin, The Washington Post | Wednesday December 21, 2016
    While scuba diving among the Pacific's deep-sea corals in June, marine biologist Richard Pyle spied a tiny fish the size of a toy race car. Googly-eyed and blush pink, the creature wore a prominent splotch of bluish red on the rear of its dorsal fin.
  • 80 Per Cent Of Marine Biodiversity In Indian Ocean Not Classified: Expert
    India News | Press Trust of India | Friday December 2, 2016
    An eminent American expert on marine biodiversity has urged the Indian scientists to foster genetic studies for classifying marine species, saying most of such species were still unexplored in the Indian region.
  • Opinion: How India Should Handle Beijing After South China Sea Verdict
    Opinion | Nitin Pai | Wednesday July 13, 2016
    The tribunal dismissed China's claims and ruled that its actions had, among others, indeed violated the Philippines sovereignty, damaged the marine environment and some marine species, all with the knowledge of the Chinese government.
  • Stop Finding Dory: Welfare Body Tells People Buying 'Blue Tang' Fishes
    India News | Press Trust of India | Thursday June 16, 2016
    Animal welfare organisations today urged people not to buy 'blue tangs' as pets for their aquariums, anticipating an increase in demand for them following the release of Hollywood animation film "Finding Dory", depicting the story of the salt-water fish. They also warned that the spike in the sale of these species will have a severe impact on it.
  • Dozens Of Philippine Fish Species In Danger: Study
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday June 10, 2016
    Dozens of fish species have disappeared or are on the verge of being lost from marine biodiversity hotspot the Philippines, an environmental group said Friday, citing a new study.
  • This Bizarre Sea Monster Shows How Strange Life Gets After An Apocalypse
    World News | Rachel Feltman, The Washington Post | Tuesday May 24, 2016
    A newly discovered marine reptile is giving scientists a glimpse into the wondrous feats of nature in the face of adversity. Sclerocormus parviceps lived about 247 million years ago - in the aftermath of the most devastating mass extinction we know of, often referred to as "The Great Dying." Some 96 percent of all species went extinct, and changes ...
  • Meet The World's First Plant-Eating Marine Reptile
    World News | Indo-Asian News Service | Monday May 9, 2016
    A crocodile-sized sea reptile, that lived 242 million years ago in what today is southern China, represents the world's oldest species of herbivorous marine reptile, new research has found.
  • Gujarat Readies To Handle Possible Oil Spill In Sea
    India News | Press Trust of India | Monday December 14, 2015
    In view of the possibility of oil spill in the sea near Gujarat coast due to heavy traffic of ships, the State Forest and Environment department has decided to prepare a risk mitigation and response plan to save the fragile eco-system and underwater habitat of marine species.
  • Antarctic Sanctuary Moves Closer With China Support: Officials
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday October 30, 2015
    Creation of a vast marine sanctuary in Antarctica's "Last Ocean" inched closer at international talks today as China for the first time backed the proposal, officials said, with Russia understood to be the last holdout.
  • Hong Kong's Love for Seafood Poses a Threat
    AFP | Tuesday July 18, 2017
    A seafood lunch in Hong Kong is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, but what about the threatened species on the menu and fishing practices that endanger marine life?
  • Ocean Threat From Hong Kong's Taste for Seafood
    World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday August 10, 2015
    A seafood lunch in Hong Kong is enjoyed by locals and visitors alike, but with threatened species on the menu and fishing practices that endanger marine life, campaigners want to change the city's appetite.

'Marine Species' - 3 Video Result(s)

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