#whales YAY! The International Court of Justice has ruled that Japan cease whaling in the Antarctic, 12 votes to four. https://www.facebook.com/9News/photos/a.143997715648074.22965.107637365950776/675416145839559/?type=1
Graceful: South African Geo Cloete won a gold medal in the 'shots above the surface' category when he snapped a school of dolphins Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3512615/Incredible-picture-moment-shark-breaks-water-helps-British-snapper-win-global-underwater-photographic-competition.html#ixzz44PPBb3qf Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook
Sockeye salmon en route to spawning grounds . Sea-going sockeyes have silver flanks with black speckles and a bluish top, giving them their "blueback" name. However, as they return upriver to their spawning grounds, their bodies turn bright red and their heads take on a greenish color. Breeding-age males have a distinctive look, developing a humped back and hooked jaws filled with tiny, easily visible teeth. Males and females both die within a few weeks after spawning.