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Hawaii to Ban Swimming with Spinner Dolphins

By Kim Robson: Hawaii’s Spinner dolphins are nocturnal – they hunt for food at night and then come closer to shore during the day to rest, socialize and nurture their young. Unfortunately, daytime is when tour groups interact with the dolphins. Spinners are famous for their acrobatic displays, leaping from the water and spinning along their longitudinal axis as they soar through the air. Federal regulators are …

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Ocean Life Facing Mass Extinction–Time For Change Is Now

By Kim Robson: A groundbreaking new study published last month in the journal Science shows that ocean life is facing an unprecedented level of damage and possible mass extinction. A team of scientists analyzed data from hundreds of sources, including discoveries in the fossil record and statistics on modern container …

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LaJolla Sea Lions

By Kim Robson:  La Jolla Cove is a small, picturesque cove and beach in La Jolla, California, within walking distance of the Children’s Pool Beach. On the bluffs above the beach and stretching south is Ellen Browning Scripps Park, a grassy area with trees and landscaping, where my husband and …

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