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Dr. Erica Miller of the Louisiana State Wildlife Response Team cleans oil form a pelican in Plaquemines Parish, LA. Wildlife in the Gulf of Mexico have been heavily impacted by an ongoing oil spill that began April 20,...
A neighborhood seafood market in the Testaccio area of Rome, Italy.
Blue-footed Boobies (Sula nebouxii), common in the Galapagos Islands and other warm coastal areas of the Pacific, can catch flying fish in mid-...
A local woman sells live shellfish from her boat in Halong Bay, Vietnam.
A beach clean-up in Malaysia brings people together to care for their coastline.
This beautiful larval (baby) octopus was collected by scientists from the University of Miami during a research cruise in the Straits of Florida, a narrow channel between the Atlantic and...
Seafood vendor at historic Pike Place Market in Seattle, Washington (USA). The market draws both shoppers and gawkers who come to watch the gregarious crew of fishmongers.
A Galapagos sea lion (Zalophus wollebaeki) rests on a beach in Ecuador. The population of these charming animals swings wildly during El Niño events...
Millions of sharks are caught each year for their dorsal fins, which are prized for shark fin soup. Top predators like sharks are important to maintaining biodiversity, and their removal can have ripple effects through an...
Polar bear siblings in the Churchill Wildlife Management Area near Hudson Bay spar playfully during migration.
Boats of an artisanal fishing fleet, packed together in a typical Moroccan port.