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Children look at melon-headed whales beached on the shore of Hokota city, northeast of Tokyo on Apri... - Provided by AFP

Nearly 150 dolphins feared dead after beaching in Japan

Children look at melon-headed whales beached on the shore of Hokota city, northeast of Tokyo on Apri... - Provided by AFP

Diving with Whales - Brian Skerry braves the waters of the Antarctic for a very up-close view of the right whale. (  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08fM0XxRLNI )

Diving with Whales - Brian Skerry braves the waters of the Antarctic for a very up-close view of the right whale. ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=08fM0XxRLNI )

California: 79-foot blue whale carcass washes up on Bolinas beach

79-foot blue whale carcass washes up on Bolinas beach

California: 79-foot blue whale carcass washes up on Bolinas beach

Mystery as US probes unusual rise in humpback whale deaths

Mystery as US probes unusual rise in humpback whale deaths

Deadly Outbreak Of Avian Cholera Wipes Out Over 4,200 Birds In Idaho

Deadly Outbreak Of Avian Cholera Wipes Out Over 4,200 Birds In Idaho

Thousands of birds have died at Walker Lake from a disease experts say hasn't made an appearance in Nevada in decades. An estimated 3,000 birds — most of them American coots and ducks — have died in an outbreak of avian cholera since early December in an event that still is unfolding. As many as 10 percent of Walker Lake's ducks may have died. "It is still an ongoing outbreak," said Peregrine Wolff, veterinarian for the Nevada Department of Wildlife. The event marks the first time for an ...

Thousands of birds have died at Walker Lake from a disease experts say hasn't made an appearance in Nevada in decades. An estimated 3,000 birds — most of them American coots and ducks — have died in an outbreak of avian cholera since early December in an event that still is unfolding. As many as 10 percent of Walker Lake's ducks may have died. "It is still an ongoing outbreak," said Peregrine Wolff, veterinarian for the Nevada Department of Wildlife. The event marks the first time for an ...

Cute but sad... People should not be able to have animals especially exotic/endangered if they are not going to care for them

Cute but sad... People should not be able to have animals especially exotic/endangered if they are not going to care for them

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