• Tropical Frogs, Real Indicators of Global Environmental Health

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    Tropical frogs are considered to be the indicators of global environmental health. Learn more here...

  • Causes Of Amphibian Declines, Still Not Totally Clear

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    We have recently witnessed rapid disappearance of many amphibian species. Find out more about the causes of amphibian declines here.

  • Golden Poison Dart Frog, The Most Poisonous Frog In The World

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    Want to find out more about the golden poison dart frog, the most poisonous frog in the world? Here is what you are looking for...

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    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
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  • Animal Extinction and Endangerment, Main Causes

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    Animal extinction of most recent times is mainly the result of expanding human demand for animal and other natural resources. Explore these and other causes in depth here.

  • Endangered Animals, Victims of Hostile Human Actions

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    <br/ Endangered animals are, no doubt, innocent victims of human actions. Learn more about them here.

  • Pollution Pictures

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    Pollution pictures - find many of them here. Pollution, indeed, is not glamorous...

  • Gorilla Conservation, Crucially Important for Saving Gorillas

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    Gorilla conservation efforts have already achieved a lot of success in the process of helping this critically endangered species on their road to recovery. But much more still needs to be done.

  • Mountain Gorillas, Amongst The Rarest of All Apes

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    Mountain Gorillas have become extremely endangered in the wild due to many decades of their persecution by people. But conservation efforts are finally paying off. Read more here.

  • Endangered Gorillas, Vulnerable Animals Living Only in Central Africa

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    Endangered gorillas, our close relatives, are a constant reminder to us that if we do not save them from extinction, we may never be able to gain more knowledge about evolution of life on Earth.

  • Endangered Dolphins

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    Why are dolphins endangered? Humans are among the main causes of dolphin endangerment. Learn about other causes here.

  • Amphibian Conservation, Its Importance And Techniques

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    As more and more amphibian species disappear or become endangered, amphibian conservation is gaining special importance for the global environmental health. Read more here.

  • Wildlife Organizations and Their Commendable Work

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    Wildlife organizations do a fantastic job saving endangered animals in the wild. But they also attract some criticism about the way they work. Read more here.

  • Pollution Effects

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    <p Pollution effects on animals, humans and the environment can be devastating. Learn more here.

  • Global Warming News

    Updated: 2011-04-30 17:22:04
    </pRead global warming news here.

  • Milt’s Corner – Bald Eagle With a Broken Wing?

    Updated: 2011-04-30 11:59:57
    Bald Eagle: With a broken wing! How did he get to the top of this tree? Milt Inman Black Bear Blog Milt Inman Photo – Click on Image to Enlarge I guess he was just yawning and stretching his arms “wings” because shortly thereafter he flew away. Milt Black Bear Blog Milt Inman Photo – [...]

  • Missouri elk: Are they going into the wrong place?

    Updated: 2011-04-29 05:54:54
    University of Missouri sends a news release on the advisability of reintroducing elk in Missouri: R. Lee Lyman, the chairman of anthropology at the university, thinks state’s Department of Conservation’s plan to bring elk into southeast Missouri is good for elk, tourism and the economy, but he fears the effort may have unintended and unpredictable negative [...]

  • A is for Avoid Armadillos

    Updated: 2011-04-29 05:31:52
    Eryn Brown of the Los Angeles Times has a report on the link between nine-banded armadillos and leprosy in humans. Researchers in Baton Rouge, La., have determined that Hansen’s disease (or leprosy) can be transmitted to humans by direct contact through handling and eating armadillos infected with the leprosy bacterium. Eryn’s article has some fascinating facts. Check [...]

  • Cougar christened: Boone

    Updated: 2011-04-28 20:54:38
    From the Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens: The new cougar at the zoo near Sanford has a name: Boone. The name, which the zoo says means “blessing,” was the top choice in a contest put on at wesh.com. From nearly 1,100 responses, Boone won with 44 percent of the vote. The other choices were Tohon, meaning cougar; [...]

  • Red-ruffed lemur babies at Sanford zoo

    Updated: 2011-04-28 20:31:42
      Central Florida Zoo & Botanical Gardens has three brand-new residents. Here’s the news from the zoo: Three red-ruffed lemurs (Varecia rubra) were born Monday, April 18, at Central Florida Zoo. They’re staying in their private digs with their very experienced mom, who is very attentive to each infant and is rarely away from their sides. The three [...]

  • Lab Rescue: BeBe the water baby

    Updated: 2011-04-28 20:14:38
    From the folks at Labrador Retriever Rescue of Florida: Meet BeBe, a 3-year-old girl who has a blocky head and a thick otter tail. She uses her tail to navigate in the water, which she relishes. She loves being with people of all ages, including children. She’s well-behaved in the house and gets along with other [...]

  • 2 more Woof Gang Bakery stores

    Updated: 2011-04-28 05:56:12
    From the Woof Gang Bakery gang: Dr. Phillips and Winter Park are the next two places where a Woof Gang Bakery will open in the Orlando area. Woof Gang Bakery Dr. Phillips will open Saturday, April 30, at 7600 Dr. Phillips Blvd., Suite 36, Orlando. The store will offer full- and self-service grooming as well as pet [...]

  • Chick, adult sandhill crane hit it off

    Updated: 2011-04-27 22:12:56
    Two rescued sandhill cranes taken to SeaWorld Orlando have bonded with each other during their convalescence. While an adult crane was recovering from removal of a rubber gasket stuck on his bill, he became the father-mother figure for a newly hatched crane chick that needed adult guidance. Although it is sometimes difficult for older sandhill cranes to [...]

  • Your pets: “Is it 5 o’clock yet?”

    Updated: 2011-04-27 20:37:22
    CeeJay Pedersen’s cat Frida yawns her disinterest while sitting on the desk as CeeJay works from her Mount Dora home transcribing medical records. When Frida was at Seminole County Animal Services, she “adopted” CeeJay by grabbing her arm through the cage and not letting her go look at any other cat. Frida came home with [...]

  • Discover How to Observe Animals in the Wild

    Updated: 2011-04-27 16:56:22
    Ecologists, zoologists, and other animal scientists frequently enter the wilderness to study their main subject—animals. They patiently sit there and wait for animals to pass by so they can examine how they behave in their natural habitat, and they’ve been doing this for years. However, observing animals in the wild doesn’t have to be so [...]

  • Life Within a Vocal Sac

    Updated: 2011-04-27 10:21:15
    The unique early development of Darwin’s frogs By EDGE Fellow Claudio Soto-Azat Darwin’s frogs are two species of endemic anurans: the Northern Darwin’s frog (Rhinoderma rufum) and the Southern Darwin’s frog (R. darwinii), which inhabits the temperate forest of central and south Chile, and an adjacent area in Argentina. Both species are of special conservation concern, while [...]

  • Urban birds have bigger brains

    Updated: 2011-04-27 10:00:08
    City dwelling birds have larger brains relative to their body size, according to scientists.

  • Adopt-a-Thon is Saturday at Orange animal services

    Updated: 2011-04-27 05:36:55
    Ready to adopt a new pet or know someone who is? Now’s the perfect time. Orange County Animal Services will  have its 8th annual Adopt-a-Thon this Saturday,  April 30,  from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The event aims to raise awareness about homeless pets in Orange County and promote adoptions. “This exciting event is held every year, and [...]

  • Alligator trappers needed in Lake, Sumter, St. Johns

    Updated: 2011-04-26 05:48:37
    From Joy Hill with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission: The Fish and Wildlife Commission is accepting applications for trappers of nuisance alligators in Lake, Sumter and St. Johns counties. Trappers are needed in Lake County north of State Road 470/48; in Sumter County in the area east of Interstate 75 and north of County Road [...]

  • Animal Career Options (Video)

    Updated: 2011-04-23 21:53:13
    How dangerous are African honey bees (Aphis mellifera scutellata)? Apis mellifera scutellata is known more commonly as the Africanized honeybee, African honey bee, or killer bee. Recently a pet professional asked me if I had any thoughts about an incident that occurred where a dog died as the result of dog an African honey bee [...]

  • Save the Frogs, Save the World

    Updated: 2011-04-22 09:50:19
    Marta, a Vodafone World of Difference winner has had an inspirational visit to Jersey where she attended a ‘GIS for Conservation’ course and had an opportunity to meet the keepers in the Herpetology Department at Jersey Zoo to learn more about their successful Mountain Chicken frog breeding programme. Marta is now using the experience as [...]

  • The Sea Turtles’ Plight

    Updated: 2011-04-22 08:47:26
    A year after the BP oil spill, endangered sea turtles still wash up dead on Gulf of Mexico shores in large numbers. A federal investigation suggests that the culprit is likely not oil. Visit Sea Turtles Forever

  • Pet Parenting for All Generations

    Updated: 2011-04-22 02:52:06
    When it comes to pet parenting their isn’t any age discrimination but what has changed across generations is how pets live and how they are cared for. It use to be that many animals lived lives away from the family and worked to protect, assist or guide their human family members. Today more and more [...]

  • Carnation Coral

    Updated: 2011-04-21 00:26:38
    Carnation Coral Dendronephthya sp. "If you like carnations, and you like aquariums, I can offer you the best of both worlds!" 9/26/2010 The Carnation Coral loves a pristine home and is very beautiful, however it has specialized needs, making it difficult to keep in a home aquarium! The Carnation Coral Dendronephthya sp. originates in the [...]

  • Onwards we go

    Updated: 2011-04-20 14:31:44
    An update from Joe Nunez on the progress of the Last Survivors project which is raising awareness of the Hispaniolan solenodon and hutia in the Dominican Republic. The last couple of months have been very challenging for the project on all sorts of fronts but thankfully we have simultaneously been making good progress with all of [...]

  • Companion Animal Careers (Video)

    Updated: 2011-04-19 14:38:45
    When it comes to pet parenting their isn’t any age discrimination but what has changed across generations is how pets live and how they are cared for. It use to be that many animals lived lives away from the family and worked to protect, assist or guide their human family members. Today more and more [...]

  • African Cats – by Disneynature

    Updated: 2011-04-19 04:49:58
    On Earth Day, this Friday, April 22nd, 2011, the film “African Cats” by Disneynature is hitting theaters! This is a great and fun way to help “Save the Savanna” in Africa! The “See ‘African Cats,’ Save the Savanna” initiative is Disneynature’s pledge to donate a portion of the proceeds from ticket sales during opening week [...]

  • EDGE Fellow Grace visits the UK

    Updated: 2011-04-15 10:24:27
    For the past few weeks a former EDGE Fellow, Grace Wambui Ngaruiya has been visiting the UK. EDGE supported Grace’s research in the Boni and Dodori ecosystems in Kenya that led to the discovery of a potentially new species of elephant shrew. Before Grace returned to Kenya she was asked a few questions about her [...]

  • Ferrets

    Updated: 2011-04-15 05:27:30
    FerretsMustela furo "With tons of care and attention, I can be just as good a pet as a dog or cat!" Ferrets are very personable, loving, and active! They make wonderful companions! Ferrets can make a wonderful addition to a family – helping to create many memories and becoming part of the family by playing [...]

  • How Good are Online Animal Courses?

    Updated: 2011-04-12 15:01:04
    Distance learning and online education is on the rise but when it comes to animal careers, you have to ponder just how good online courses might be. There is a lot of confusion when it comes to generally accepted accreditation principles. In the United States, the only accreditation that holds any weight has to come [...]

  • Saving the Saola

    Updated: 2011-04-11 16:41:49
    Earlier this month William Robichaud gave an interview to Mongabay.com about his work into the research and conservation of the endangered saola (Pseudoryx nghetinhensis). The saola is an ungulate found only in the forest of Laos and Vietnam and its late discovery by biologists in 1992 is a testament to its quiet and solitary habits. [...]

  • Malaysian Forest Scorpion

    Updated: 2011-04-10 20:19:56
    Malaysian Forest ScorpionHeterometrus spinifer "Although I am an impressive looking scorpion, I do not settle down in captivity!" The Malaysian Forest Scorpion is a strikingly beautiful and tough scorpion! It is often mistaken for an Emperor Scorpion, however is is a much more aggressive scorpion! The pros of keeping the Malaysian Forest Scorpion include it’s [...]

  • VIDEOS from Japan and Indonesia show the destructive force of tsunamis

    Updated: 2011-04-08 15:42:31
    This Japanese town was obliterated within minutes of the tsunami: Via VideoSift This video was taken from the Aceh province of Indonesia, which is located on the island of Sumatra: Via YouTube Since the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami, the people of Aceh have rebuilt their homes: Via YouTube On the Net: Japan earthquake [...]

  • Update on Vodafone WOD winners

    Updated: 2011-04-08 10:20:11
    An update on the Vodafone World of Difference winners who are working at ZSL on the EDGE programme and in the Reptile House. This week Marta has sent us a video that provide a glimpse of daily life in the Reptile House looking after the living collections. The video shows her feeding her a Parson’s chameleon [...]

  • POLITICS: Government shutdown looms as Republicans refuse to compromise on conservative policy riders

    Updated: 2011-04-07 17:39:17
    Political cartoon via Clay Bennett Despite a looming government shutdown, Republicans are still using the budget bill process to impose right-wing policies on all Americans by inserting policy riders that have no place in a budget bill. These policy riders have included riders to defund healthcare reform, defund NPR, defund PBS, cut spending for Planned Parenthood, and [...]

  • Finger Leather Coral

    Updated: 2011-04-06 06:55:40
    Finger Leather CoralAlcyonium sp. "What has fingers, feels like leather, looks like a chili pepper, is called a colt… and lives in all the worlds oceans? ME!" 10/2/2010 Very fast growing and easy to take care of, the familiar Finger Leather Coral is a very popular soft coral! The Alcyonium sp. (Finger Leather Coral) typically [...]

  • VIDEO: Japan “tsunami dog” Ban reunited with owner after surviving at sea

    Updated: 2011-04-04 18:37:40
    A joyful reunion between a woman and her best friend: More via Voice of America: A dog rescued from the sea atop the floating debris of a house has been re-united with her owner, three weeks after the March 11 earthquake and tsunami that devastated northeastern Japan. Images on Japan’s NHK TV showed the medium-sized brown [...]

  • In Awe of the Shark

    Updated: 2011-04-02 19:43:10
    In Awe of the Shark from Save Our Seas Foundation. “We got some our shark scientists together to tell us how they feel about sharks….”

  • FISHERIES: NOAA to require weak hooks to reduce the bycatch of large bluefin tuna in the Gulf of Mexico

    Updated: 2011-04-02 15:30:11
    Images: The first image shows, via the United Nations’ Fisheries and Aquaculture Department, a tuna longline. A yellowfin tuna is caught on a weak hook in the second image. Larger species are excluded, because the hooks “straighten when a large fish, such as bluefin tuna, is hooked, releasing it but holding on to smaller fish.” [...]

  • Greater Sulphur-crested Cockatoo

    Updated: 2011-04-02 06:58:58
    Greater Sulphur-crested CockatooCacatua galerita "If you give me lots of love, I guarantee I will love you back!" Greater Sulphur-crested Cockatoos are great talkers, love to learn tricks, and require tons of attention, but they make awesome and loving companions! The Greater Sulphur-crested Cockatoo comes originally from Australia and was first brought to other areas [...]

  • Hedgehog Coral

    Updated: 2011-04-01 06:25:44
    Hedgehog CoralEchinopora Sp. "Eye-catching colors and wild shapes, this coral has several fascinating varieties!" 3/31/2010 The Hedgehog Coral often forms amazing relationships with Clown gobies – give it a try keeping them together! Clown Goby’s from the genus Gobiodon have similar living habits with the Echinopora genus (including the hedgehog coral) as the more popular [...]

  • Working with Living Collections

    Updated: 2011-03-31 10:25:52
    Marta Gaworek-Michalczenia is a Vodafone World of Difference Award winner working at ZSL in the Reptile House. Following on from her previous blog she tells us more about what she is doing during her two month placement. Most of the time during my placement in the ‘Word of Difference Programme’ I am spending in the Reptile [...]

  • Whale and dolphin death toll may have been greatly underestimated

    Updated: 2011-03-30 15:53:37
    The Deepwater Horizon oil spill of 2010 devastated the Gulf of Mexico ecologically and economically. However, a newly released study published in Conservation Letters reveals that the true impact of the disaster on wildlife appears to be gravely underestimated. The study argues that fatality figures based on the number of recovered animal carcasses will not give a true death toll, which appears to be 50 times higher than believed........

  • Clydesdale

    Updated: 2011-03-28 23:44:45
    Clydesdale Equus caballus"I have a quiet and calm temperament, but I sure do eat a lot!" As a draft/heavy horse, the Clydesdale is one of the most popular horses of its kind in the world! Clydesdales are heavy draft horses with high stepping gaits and beautiful coats. Most people immediately think of the Clydesdale as [...]

  • Research brings habitat models into the future

    Updated: 2011-03-27 10:11:50
    Models of wildlife habitat now can monitor changes over time more accurately and more easily, thanks to Michigan State University research. "Monitoring and projecting future changes are essential for sustainable management of coupled human and natural systems, including wildlife habitat," said Jianguo "Jack" Liu, Rachel Carson Chair in Sustainability at MSU. "Innovative computer models are urgently needed for effective monitoring and projection"........

  • BIRD OF THE DAY: Magpie goose

    Updated: 2011-03-26 16:16:31
    Images via Wikipedia One of my favorite species of waterfowl, and one of the most unusual, is the magpie goose (Anseranas semipalmata). I worked with these extraordinary creatures at Sylvan Heights Waterfowl Park (which I highly recommend that you visit if you’re ever travelling through North Carolina — it’s located off Interstate 95). The magpie [...]

  • ENERGY POLICY: Germany wants to abandon nuclear power

    Updated: 2011-03-26 14:10:17
    Image: According to Wikipedia, “Waldpolenz Solar Park, which is the world’s largest thin-film photovoltaic (PV) power system, was built . . . at a former military air base to the east of Leipzig in Germany. The power plant is a 40 MW solar power system using state-of-the-art thin film technology, and was fully operational by [...]


    Updated: 2011-03-26 13:18:43
    Some of the best examples of animal camouflage come from the African savannahs. Zebra Via Stephen Downes on Flickr Cheetah Via zrim on Flickr Via Splodgy Pig on Flickr Elephant Via western4uk on Flickr Giraffe Via Esthr on Flickr Leopard Via Wikipedia See more animal camouflage here on The Conservation Report. The authors or licensors of these [...]

  • AIR POLLUTION: American Lung Association launches billboard campaign against Fred Upton

    Updated: 2011-03-26 01:42:16
    Images via American Lung Association Fred Upton, who is a Republican Representative from Michigan and the chairman of the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce, wants to “to strip the Environmental Protection Agency of the ability to regulate climate-warming gases like carbon dioxide, which the agency declared a threat to public health and safety in [...]

  • Wild Birds May Play a Role in the Spread of Bird Flu

    Updated: 2011-03-25 12:55:21
    Wild migratory birds may indeed play a role in the spread of bird flu, also known as highly pathogenic avian influenza H5N1. A study by the U.S. Geological Survey, the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization and the Chinese Academy of Sciences used satellites, outbreak data and genetics to uncover an unknown link in Tibet among wild birds, poultry and the movement of the often-deadly virus........

  • Introducing Marta

    Updated: 2011-03-25 11:09:22
    My name is Marta Gaworek-Michalczenia. Straight from the start I want to thank Helen Meredith for giving me the opportunity and privilege to blog about my experience on the EGDE website. She has been very friendly and supportive towards me and actually helped me to get a grant from Vodafone. Very briefly, the Vodafone World [...]

  • Making a World of Difference

    Updated: 2011-03-22 15:02:05
    This week Catherine Head and Camellia Williams begin work on developing a coral reef training course supported by the Vodafone World of Difference Foundation. Catherine and Camellia are among 500 people across the UK who won the opportunity to work at their chosen charity for two months and they will use this time to develop [...]

  • Researchers urge more prominent role for zoos

    Updated: 2011-03-22 10:51:58
    Back to the main animal science blog page Subscribe To Animal Science Blog RSS Feed Researchers urge more prominent role for zoos Two examples of the success of captive breeding in supporting species protection : the Asiatic wild horse Przewalskis horse and the Californian condor , both whose risk status has been downgraded thanks to breeding at . zoos Credit : Wikipedia Chuck Szmurlo BS Thurner Hof Of around seven land vertebrate species whose survival in the wild is threatened one is also kept in captivity . These and other data on the protection of species in zoos and aquaria have now been revealed by researchers at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research MPIDR in Rostock . Writing in the journal Science the team of scientists and the International Species Information System

  • Wolverines Threatened by Climate Change

    Updated: 2011-03-22 10:51:54
    The aggressive wolverine may not be powerful enough to survive climate change in the contiguous United States, new research concludes. Wolverine habitat in the northwestern United States is likely to warm dramatically if society continues to emit large amounts of greenhouse gases, as per new computer model simulations carried out at the National Center for Atmospheric Research (NCAR) in Boulder, Colo........

  • Scientists discover 7 new species of fish

    Updated: 2011-03-22 10:51:53
    Things are not always what they seem when it comes to fish�something researchers at the Smithsonian Institution and the Ocean Science Foundation are finding out. Using modern genetic analysis, combined with traditional examination of morphology, the researchers discovered that what were once believed to be three species of blenny in the genus Starksia are actually 10 distinct species. The team's findings appear in the scientific journal ZooKeys, Feb. 3........

  • ENERGY: Is the nuclearization of energy sources a prudent investment?

    Updated: 2011-03-16 13:50:08
    Image via Clay Bennett Personally, I’m not against using nuclear energy sources to meet energy demand and to reduce carbon emissions. However, since there are significant drawbacks to nuclear power, I do not believe that the nuclearization of energy sources, or substantially increasing the number of nuclear power stations to meet energy demand and to reduce [...]

  • Searching for chinchillas in Bolivia

    Updated: 2011-03-15 15:15:38
    My name is Maria Eugenia and I come from Bolivia. I decided to study biology because I love wildlife and I want to support its conservation and management. I graduated from the Universidad Mayor de San Andrés in La Paz - Bolivia, and then went to Mexico to study for a Master of Science. The [...]

  • British Columbia needs endangered species legislation

    Updated: 2011-03-14 09:18:30
    Story ran In The Vancouver Sun February 15, 2011 http://www.vancouversun.com/entertainment/needs+end

  • Culture and Conservation Collide at TurtleFest 2011

    Updated: 2011-03-10 16:37:01
    April 9, 2011 • Loggerhead Park • Juno Beach The Eighth Annual TurtleFest: Exploring Cultural Conser

  • BAD

    Updated: 2011-03-05 11:31:34
    Blog Podcast About Privacy and Disclosure Policy Ocean and Science Events Calendar Archives Subscribe Cephalopodcast The Mostly Ocean Show BAD Blog Action Day 09 : Climate Change by jason on 2009 10 03 Contact Jason Robertshaw cephalopodcast at gmail com cephalopodcast Get smart with the Thesis WordPress Theme from . DIYthemes WordPress Admin

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    Updated: 2011-03-05 11:31:33
    Blog Podcast About Privacy and Disclosure Policy Ocean and Science Events Calendar Archives Subscribe Cephalopodcast The Mostly Ocean Show Blog Day of Action Blog Action Day 09 : Climate Change by jason on 2009 10 03 Contact Jason Robertshaw cephalopodcast at gmail com cephalopodcast Get smart with the Thesis WordPress Theme from . DIYthemes WordPress Admin

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    Blog Podcast About Privacy and Disclosure Policy Ocean and Science Events Calendar Archives Subscribe Cephalopodcast The Mostly Ocean Show climate change FMSEA 2010 Conference Registration Open by jason on 2010 03 10 Blog Action Day 09 : Climate Change by jason on 2009 10 03 Contact Jason Robertshaw cephalopodcast at gmail com cephalopodcast Get smart with the Thesis WordPress Theme from . DIYthemes WordPress Admin

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    Blog Podcast About Privacy and Disclosure Policy Ocean and Science Events Calendar Archives Subscribe Cephalopodcast The Mostly Ocean Show The Ocean Project Blog Action Day 09 : Climate Change by jason on 2009 10 03 Contact Jason Robertshaw cephalopodcast at gmail com cephalopodcast Get smart with the Thesis WordPress Theme from . DIYthemes WordPress Admin

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