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The Marine Mammal Center Live Stream Point Reyes National Seashore

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The Marine Mammal Center advances global ocean conservation through rescue and rehabilitation, scientific research, and education. This channel shares livestream video from Point Reyes National Seashore where our team frequently releases marine mammal patients back to their ocean home. This location is also a seasonal haul-out site for elephant seals between December and June. The livestream can be viewed at any time, but when you text RELEASE to 65179 you’ll get a notification when a patient release that’s visible from our webcam is about to start as well as other messages with marine mammal stories, news and more. To learn more about the Center, subscribe to our main channel, 🤍MarineMammalCenter, and visit our website at 🤍. To learn more about Point Reyes National Seashore, visit their website at 🤍

How Marine Mammals Survive Underwater Life | BBC Studios

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Want more natural history and wildlife videos? Visit the official BBC Earth channel: 🤍 BBC Earth The BBC Earth YouTube channel is home to over 50 years-worth of the best animal videos from the BBC archive. With three new videos released every week there’s something for all nature loves from astounding animal behaviour to beautiful imagery. Click here to find our more: 🤍 Arctic seals have adapted so well to the sea that, even though still reliant on air for survival, they can be seen performing impressive displays underwater in the attempt to keep all the females occupied. Watch more 'Seals - Invaders of the Sea?' clips with BBC Worldwide here: 🤍 This is a channel from BBC Studios who help fund new BBC programmes. Service information and feedback: 🤍

Why Are Marine Mammals So Big?

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Marine mammals are famously large, but why is that? And is there a polar bear-sized sea otter in our future? Check out PBS Eons!: 🤍 Hosted by: Olivia Gordon Head to 🤍 for hand selected artifacts of the universe! Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: 🤍 Dooblydoo thanks go to the following Patreon supporters: Jerry Perez, Lazarus G, Sam Lutfi, Kevin Knupp, Nicholas Smith, D.A. Noe, alexander wadsworth, سلطان الخليفي, Piya Shedden, KatieMarie Magnone, Scott Satovsky Jr, Charles Southerland, Bader AlGhamdi, James Harshaw, Patrick D. Ashmore, Candy, Tim Curwick, charles george, Saul, Mark Terrio-Cameron, Viraansh Bhanushali. Kevin Bealer, Philippe von Bergen, Chris Peters, Justin Lentz Looking for SciShow elsewhere on the internet? Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Media Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

What is a marine mammal?

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Discover the characteristics of marine mammals and explore what marine mammals can commonly be found within the Salish Sea.

Sea Mammals - The Whole Story 12/13 - Go Wild

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An insight into the “The Whole Story” of Africa’s amazing creatures of the sea. Dolphins, whales and seals: the sleek, elegant, smart and powerful African mammals of the sea have more secrets that one would expect. Find out that the v-shaped blast the Southern Right whale breathes, is actually condensed air. This mammal that weight up to 800 times more than an average man and can grow to be as large as 17 meters. Seals, are the only mammals who inhabit both the worlds of the sea and the land. Equivalent to a large catamaran, dolphins can ‘race’ through water at incredible speeds. The human free dive record is eight minutes. Find out how long mammals can stay under water for without surfacing for air. Did you know that land animals originated in the sea and that some eventually returned?

50 Years of Marine Mammal Captivity in 4 Minutes | CAPTIVE | TakePart

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Whales and dolphins have been held captive in marine parks long before SeaWorld. SUBSCRIBE: 🤍 About Captive: The movement to free killer whales is at a crossroads. SeaWorld has ended the breeding of the animals. But a marine park building boom in China is driving the capture of wild killer whales, dolphins, and beluga whales. TakePart’s journalists travel from the Pacific Northwest to Asia to report on plans to return captive killer whales to the sea—and stop a new wave of captivity. Learn more about Captive: 🤍 About TakePart: Featuring independent journalism on today’s most important and socially relevant topics,TakePart is the digital division of Participant Media, the company behind such acclaimed documentaries as CITIZENFOUR, An Inconvenient Truth and Food, Inc. and films including Lincoln and Spotlight. Connect with TAKEPART: Visit the TAKEPART WEBSITE: 🤍 Like TAKEPART on FACEBOOK:🤍 Follow TAKEPART on TWITTER: 🤍 Follow TAKEPART on TUMBLR: 🤍 Follow TAKEPART on G+: 🤍 50 Years of Marine Mammal Captivity in 4 Minutes | CAPTIVE | TakePart 🤍

MM Masterclass 1: Introduction to Marine Mammal Identification (Part 1 of 3)

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Taught by: Moe Flannery Ornithology and Mammalogy Collections Manager Have you ever found a marine mammal carcass on the beach and wondered what species it is? If so, join us for this introductory masterclass. In the first section of this mini-course, we'll discuss the natural history, biology, and unique features of common marine mammal species, which should help anyone identify live and dead marine mammals on the beach. You'll learn to recognize the most common species encountered along West Coast beaches of the U.S., including six species of pinnipeds, two species of otters, and several species of small and large cetaceans. Additionally, you'll learn how to collect the most useful scientific data from a carcass and where to report any marine mammals that you find. Note: This session is Part 1 of a free, 3-part virtual masterclass led by Academy scientists that will teach viewers how to identify the marine mammals you might see cruising the California coast or stranded on shore. While not required, it's a good idea to attend all three sessions in order since each class builds upon the previous one. Photo credit: Northern elephant seal photo (c) Zack Abbey, 🤍 * Funding for this training was provided by a 2020 NOAA John H. Prescott Marine Mammal Rescue Assistance Program Grant awarded to the California Academy of Sciences (NA20NMF4390125). All marine mammal stranding activities are conducted under authorization by the National Marine Fisheries Service through a Stranding Agreement issued to the California Academy of Sciences and MMPA/ESA Permit No. 18786.

The Only Extinct Order of Marine Mammals - Desmostylians

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Desmostylians were a very strange-looking group of mysterious animals that lived for millions of years before disappearing, becoming the only known order of marine mammals to die out. Join our Discord server: 🤍 Subscribe to our subreddit: 🤍 Subscribe to explore the wonderful life around you! Social Media: ►Twitter: 🤍 ►Facebook: 🤍 ►Instagram: 🤍 ►Google+: 🤍 Sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍

MARINE MAMMALS and their fascinating facts | LEARNING WITH SARAH | EDUCATIONAL VIDEOS FOR KIDS

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Discover hundreds of never-before-seen resources! Create your free account at 🤍 and start learning in the most entertaining way. What are you waiting for? Isn’t it fascinating how mammals can also live in the sea??? 💭What is your favourite marine mammal? 👇Answer in the comments bellow! - Learning with Sarah, you'll find this out and much more by learning with Sarah... IT'S EASY PEASY 😉 - 👉SUBSCRIBE TO HAPPY LEARNING! 🤍 👉Web site: 🤍 👉Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Recommended video: MEGALODON: THE WHALE EATING SHARK 🤍 Hello Happy friends! Are you ready to learn? I’m Sarah, and today, we’re going to sink into the ocean. * so we can get to know fun facts about marine mammals. - The blue whale, is the largest animal in the world! It reaches up to 30 meters long! and weighs 180 thousand kg!! - Their heart is as big as a car, and, approximately 100 people can fit in their mouth! It’s a good thing they aren’t carnivores, don’t you think? - Dolphins, are one of my absolute favorite animals, I loooove Dolphins. - We’ve already learnt many things about dolphins in other happy learning videos, go ahead and click here if you want to watch! - For example, we know that they sleep with one eye open, and that they are very social animals. - But… Did you know that, in order to swim quicker, they renew their skin every two hours? They change their skin more than we change our t shirt! - Seals , and sea lions may look very similar, but they don’t belong to the same family group. Would you know how to differentiate them? - Well it’s easy peasy! If we look closely, we can see that seals don’t have ears, they have a small hole on each side of their heads, that lets them hear. And meanwhile… The sea lion, does have a pair of ears, so … we can already differentiate them! - Seals, and many other marine animals, are endangered. - Ocean contamination and illegal hunting is extinguishing them. Please, make sure you take good care and respect the oceans and nature as a whole. - This is the only way we will achieve a better and happier world. Goodbye happy friends! See you next time! I hope you’re always ready to learn! Goodbye!

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre Releases Harbour Seal, Timbit

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September 08, 2022 Vancouver, B.C. - The 🤍Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre (MMR) was pleased that after three months of rehabilitation the team was able to release harbour seal Timbit. Timbit was the first pup of the 2022 season and found at Blackie Spit in South Surrey. He was initially attended to by Surrey RCMP following a call from a concerned member of the public. The rehabilitation process for rescued animals, such as Timbit, can take weeks or even months depending on the health status and treatment plan, weight gain and ability to forage for fish. Prior to his release, Timbit demonstrated that he was confident eating fish on his own and that he could compete for food with other harbour seals. Once he reached his release weight, he had a health examination including blood work and was given a clean bill of health by veterinary staff for release. Timbit’s story gained national attention in Canada, including Tim Hortons who sponsored his care at MMR. The Marine Mammal Rescue Centre is Canada’s only dedicated marine mammal rescue facility and one of the largest in the world. The Centre has rescued and rehabilitated marine mammals for over 60 years. The facility allows for on-site rehabilitation of seals, sea lions, sea otters, sea turtles and small cetaceans, such as harbour porpoises. The Centre also responds to off-site marine mammal emergencies including disentangling sea lions along the coast. “This summer has been a busy one with nearly 70 animals still on site,” said Marine Mammal Rescue Centre Manager Lindsaye Akhurst. She points out that in recent years there has been an alarming number of animals that have been admitted to MMR due to human interaction and interference. “It is important to remember that it is normal to see marine mammals inhabiting our local waters, and while they may look approachable, they are wild animals, and we need to respect that. The best thing you can do if you are observing a marine mammal, you suspect needs assistance is to keep people and pets back and to call MMR or DFO,” said Akhurst. Members of the public are encouraged to call the Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada incident reporting hotline at 1-800-465-4336 for any other marine mammal incidences or MMR at 604. 258.SEAL(7325) for seal pups. “With more than 100 animals being responded to this year, it underscores the importance of the work the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre does. ” said Vancouver Aquarium Executive Director Clint Wright. About Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre The Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre is a hospital for sick, injured, or orphaned marine mammals. The Rescue Centre rescues stranded marine mammals and rehabilitated them for release back into their natural habitat. 🤍mmrpatients.org

Rescued baby sea otter Joey in his "big boy tub"

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Joey is spending time in his "big boy tub" for extended swims throughout the day. It's making him veeeeery tired. Thanks to Rachel for sharing this clip with us. Watch live at 🤍 Learn more about Joey's story and follow his progress: 🤍 ... or contribute to his care by symbolically 'adopting' him: 🤍 Questions about Joey, his story and his care? Check out the FAQ: 🤍 or listen to a podcast AMA with one of his caretakers: 🤍 More questions? Want to talk marine mammals & wildlife rehab with like-minded people? Check out our Discord chat: 🤍 #Shorts #babyanimals #otters #animalrescue

Orca Knocks Shark Into Boat and is Body Slammed by a Whale (Funny Edit) #shorts

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Dolphin rescue, shark attack, orca attack, whale jumps on boat. Based on a not so true story lol #shorts #animals

Is marine mammal hunting compatible with youth visions for the future by Therese Hugstmyr Woie

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This presentation was held during the NAMMCO conference and gastronomic showcase "Marine Mammals - A Sustainable Food Resource" which took place the 5th and 6th of October 2022 in Tórshavn, Faroe Islands. Find out more here: 🤍 Social media: Follow us on Instagram: 🤍nammco_org Follow us on Facebook: NAMMCO Summary: There is definitely a potential to have marine mammals be a part of what youth in Norway views as a sustainable food system for the future. “Nature and Youth” support seal and minke whale hunting in Norway. A long history of alliances with fishing interests in our work against petroleum activity has contributed to this, as well as other work to secure food production and a decentralized society. Our long-term perspective on meat consumption is that every country only produce as much meat as they can with their own grazing land and sustainable resources for feed. Meat should be a luxury product. With this perspective you can compare how much whale meat the minke whale quota gives us to the real potential for other meat production. Norwegian youth have generally a limited relation to marine mammals as food, but it is by far a worse tragedy that Norwegian youth consumes less and less fish and seafood in general. Promotion of marine mammals alone can easily be written off as propaganda for this industry. Therefore, it should come as a joint effort to eat more of wild caught and local seafood, as well as protecting the ocean from over exploitation. To increase credibility among youth, it is important to acknowledge the environmental and animal rights activists share of credit for the fact that we still have stocks of marine mammals to exploit today. It is also important to separate the discussion about sustainability and animal welfare. And lastly, we all need to be honest about cumulative environmental impacts on marine mammals as a real threat to the future of the industry.

Why Some Animals Can't be Released | Marine Mammal Rescue and Rehabilitation

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In an ideal world, we would love for all animals to live happy, healthy lives in their natural habitat. But what happens if a sea otter is too young when rescued? A harbor seal is severely injured? Or a sea lion is blinded? Who decides what happens to those animals? And how do they make these hard decisions? Links to sources: 🤍 🤍 🤍 - If you want to support the channel check out my Patreon! We provide early access to videos, your name in the credits of our videos, and bonus content! →🤍 - Learn more about the amazing animals I work with: →🤍 Come chat with me live and ask your animal questions: →🤍 Follow my social media for more adorable content: →Twitter: 🤍 →Instagram: 🤍 →TikTok: 🤍 Chat with my community any time here: →🤍 Buy Merch here: →🤍 - Stock Images By Neil Aronson - stock.adobe.com Hurca! - stock.adobe.com Pat - stock.adobe.com Byro - stock.adobe.com Kylie - stock.adobe.com Elisabeth - stock.adobe.com Music From Scott Buckley – 🤍scottbuckley.com.au

Dolphin Health Assessment with Marine Mammal Veterinarian - Dolphin Quest Oahu

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In this episode of “A Day in the Life of a Marine Mammal Specialist”, you'll travel to The Kahala Hotel & Resort in Hawaii to meet Dolphin Quest’s marine mammal veterinarian, Dr. Gregg Levine, and witness how our dolphins voluntarily participate in their own preventative healthcare. You’ll also learn about the importance of collecting baseline data from our dolphins and how this information can be used to help sick or stranded dolphins in the wild. For more information about Dolphin Quest’s ‘swim with the dolphins’ programs in Bermuda, on Hawaii’s Big Island and on Oahu, be sure to follow us! We share updates on our dolphin family, new dolphin experiences, groundbreaking dolphin and whale science, community outreach and opportunities to support wild dolphin conservation. FOLLOW DOLPHIN QUEST Website: 🤍dolphinquest.com Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Google +: 🤍 TRIPADVISOR Dolphin Quest Hawaii - 🤍 Dolphin Quest Oahu - 🤍 Dolphin Quest Bermuda - 🤍 ABOUT DOLPHIN QUEST Dolphin Quest is an international organization founded by marine mammal veterinarians known for its creative approach to education, commitment to ocean wildlife study and exemplary animal health care. The interactive programs featured at Dolphin Quest promote a spirit of connection to the marvels of the oceans and inspire people to care about dolphins and their conservation in the wild. Dolphin Quest is accredited by the Alliance of Marine Mammal Parks and Aquariums and Humane Certified by American Humane. Dolphin Quest has contributed over $4,800,000 in funding, resources and field support to vital marine scientific studies around the globe. Dolphin Quest’s research support has resulted in over a hundred published peer reviewed scientific studies. Click here for more information about Dolphin Quest sponsored scientific studies.

Nose No Good, the Grey Seal - Marine Mammals 4/9 - Go Wild

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In this episode we look at the grey seal. Deep beneath the ocean exists an incredibly hostile world – an icy world plunged in eternal darkness where the pressure is phenomenal. This world is the abyssal realm – the largest habitat on our planet. Yet some marine mammals that breathe air and nurse their young, like us, spend a large part of their days in this shadowy world. Scientists are now discovering that the depths reached by these ocean dwelling giants are far greater than they had ever imagined. Using tags attached to the animals, cameras in the deep ocean trenches and 3D scanning images, this film follows and illustrates a modern scientific revolution. Constructed as a dramatic progression towards the deep sea trenches – from the shallowest to the deepest – it shows animals that are extremely rare and highlights the remarkable physiological adaptations that allow them to dive so deep.

What Is A Marine Mammal?

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Follow along this week as we learn all about marine mammals. Heather kicks off things off today with an explanation of what make a marine mammal. Tune back in later this week for some lessons on seals, sea lions, whales and dolphins and some more activities! Follow us on facebook and instagram 🤍cimi_science

Marine mammal program navy: Everything to know

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(Marine mammal program navy) The U.S. Navy Marine Mammal Program (NMMP) is a program administered by the U.S. Navy which studies the military use of marine mammals - principally bottlenose dolphins and California sea lions - and trains animals to perform tasks such as ship and harbor protection, mine detection and clearance, and equipment recovery. The program is based in San Diego, California, where animals are housed and trained on an ongoing basis. NMMP animal teams have been deployed for use in combat zones, such as during the Vietnam War and the Iraq War. #seadog#navy marine mammal program#us navy marine mammal program#us navy dolphins marine mammal program#navy marine mammal program internship#navy marine mammal program military#navy mammal program#Marine mammal program navy#business news#secret military bases#navy marine mammal program new 🤍

Things to do when you encounter a marine mammal stranding

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Here is a brief video explaining the procedures that can be taken by anyone who encounters a marine mammal stranding (both live and dead) in Malaysia. This video was produced by MareCet in collaboration with the students of Team Ramyeon from CSI Taylor's University Design School. Big thank you to: Wan Min, Yesika, Melissa, Arissa Alyna, Ke En, Ming De, Maisarah and Karina for creating this awesome animated video for MareCet.

How to Become a Marine Mammal Trainer

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Hey guys! Just a short video with some advice for those aspiring marine mammal trainers out there! I wish something like this had been available to me when I was just starting out - so here you go! Swim Test Video: 🤍 My other Links: MY BLOG: 🤍hazelmcbride.home.blog INSTAGRAM: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍facebook.com/hazelmcbridebusiness Link to my Book: 🤍 On My Face: Nars Tinted Moisturiser 🤍 Too Faced Better than Sex Mascara 🤍 Benefit Goof Proof Brow Pencil Shade 3 🤍 Barry M cosmetics 'Matte me up' liquid lipstick 🤍 *As always Thanks for watching these videos and for supporting my channel, if you are enjoying watching please give the video a thumbs up and subscribe if you want to see more*

An Introduction to The Marine Mammal Center

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The Marine Mammal Center is a first responder, called on to rescue hundreds of stranded or entangled marine mammals every year, more than any other organization in the world. Our mission is to advance global ocean conservation through marine mammal rescue and rehabilitation, scientific research, and education. Learn more at MarineMammalCenter.org.

Marine mammal sounds - adaptation to living in the water | Prof TRACEY ROGERS

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The migration of mammals from the land to the water meant a lot of changes needed to be made to their behaviour and life history traits. One of the most important changes was the need to communicate under water, where vision is limited and animals can be spread oceans apart with the need to communicate with each other. Professor Tracey Rogers talks about the differences between sounds produced by marine mammals. It took millions of years for mammals to develop acoustic communication to the point it is at today, and it is still changing; mostly because human impacts of noise in the ocean and the way it interferes with mammal communication. Study marine science 🤍 UNSW.

Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue

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When you support the Vancouver Aquarium Marine Mammal Rescue Centre, animals in need get a second chance. Our Marine Mammal Rescue Centre is the only facility of its kind in Canada, and often the only hope for sick, injured and orphaned marine mammals. Each year we rescue over 100 marine mammals and rehabilitate them for release back into their natural habitat. For over fifty years, the highly specialized veterinary team and dedicated volunteers have rescued and cared for thousands of animals. We would not be able to save the lives of sick and injured animals without the generous support of donors like you. Thank you for considering making a gift today! 🤍

Marine Mammal Evolution

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Lisa Ballance talks about marine mammal evolution.

The Biology of Marine Mammals - Palomar College

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In this video series, the study of marine mammals provides the vehicle to learn the biological principles of natural selection, evolution, taxonomy, comparative anatomy, mammalian physiology, population biology, behavior, ecology and conservation. For information about how to purchase this program, Please visit 🤍palomar-tv.com

Marine Mammal

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The Marine Mammal Protection Act

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Kim and Roxie, the Sea Lioness - Marine Mammals 3/9

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In this episode we look at white dolphins. Deep beneath the ocean exists an incredibly hostile world – an icy world plunged in eternal darkness where the pressure is phenomenal. This world is the abyssal realm – the largest habitat on our planet. Yet some marine mammals that breathe air and nurse their young, like us, spend a large part of their days in this shadowy world. Scientists are now discovering that the depths reached by these ocean dwelling giants are far greater than they had ever imagined. Using tags attached to the animals, cameras in the deep ocean trenches and 3D scanning images, this film follows and illustrates a modern scientific revolution. Constructed as a dramatic progression towards the deep sea trenches – from the shallowest to the deepest – it shows animals that are extremely rare and highlights the remarkable physiological adaptations that allow them to dive so deep.

SeaWorld Announces Partnership with the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network

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Today, SeaWorld announces a partnership with the Texas Marine Mammal Stranding Network which will expand SeaWorld's Rescue efforts into the Gulf of Mexico. We are so excited about this next step towards being the largest animal rescue organization in the world! Don’t forget to follow us on social: Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 And for more information about all our parks, visit our sites: SeaWorld: 🤍 Aquatica, SeaWorld's Waterpark: 🤍 Discovery Cove: 🤍 Busch Gardens: 🤍 Sesame Place: 🤍

THE BIGGEST SEA ANIMALS

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Meet the top 10 largest animals in the ocean. These animals are the largest that exist in the oceans of planet earth. -The giant oarfish We present you the most unique fish in the sea world: The giant oarfish. This vertebrate creature has a length of 26 feet and a weight of 440 pounds. -Lion’s mane jelly (Cyanea capillata) This is the biggest jellyfish in the world, its appearance is really impressive. It has a diameter of 7.5 feet and its tentacles reach up to 118 feet approximately. -The blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus) With its incredible 108 feet long and reaching up to 180 tons, this is the biggest whale of the ocean. -The fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus) This animal is the second biggest cetaceous ever, reaching 89 feet in length and weighing 74 tons. A bit heavy, right? It’s been named the greyhound of the seas because of its thin complexion. -The sperm whale (Physeter macrocephalus) With 65 feet in length and approximately 57 tons, the sperm whale is the biggest and heaviest jagged predator in the world. -Grey whake (Eschrichtius robustus) We show you the third biggest whale in the world, the grey whale. With its 49 feet in length and a weight up to 40 tons, this specimen lets us clear that it has earned its position in this top. -The colosal squid (Mesonychoteuthis hamiltoni) This specie of squids is the biggest in the world, surpassing even the giant squid. It measures 49 feet in length and weights over 1100 pounds. -The whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) Its 30 feet in length and almost 19 tons make this creature as the biggest fish in the ocean. It has a dark gray skin color covered by horizontal lines and dots that look like a chest table. -The basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) This is the second biggest fishes in the world, measuring 32 feet in length reaching up to 4 tons max. Its skin has a dark brown, blue and almost black tone. -Orcinus Orca (Orcinus orca) Also known as killer whale, this big mammal impresses us for its black and white color. measures 26 feet in length and reaches up to 5.5 tons. #animals #seaanimals #big #trendmax - About Us: Trend Max is an education and entertainment channel dedicated to creating interesting Tops, Lists and more. Do not miss a single video SUBSCRIBE NOW. - Follow Us: Facebook : 🤍 Google+ : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍 Instagram : 🤍

The Marine Mammal Center

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4ocean is partnering with The Marine Mammal Center to help raise awareness about the plight of the highly endangered Hawaiian monk seal while rehabilitating sick, injured, and orphaned seals. Learn more: 🤍 There are around 1,400 Hawaiian monk seals left in the world and they all live in and around Hawai`i. Since 2014, The Marine Mammal Center has rehabilitated about 2% of the entire Hawaiian monk seal population through their animal hospital, Ke Kai Ola. Rehabilitating these animals also allows researchers to collect important scientific information that helps us understand the health of the animals, the health of the population, and the health of the ocean overall. Entanglement in marine debris is one of the largest threats these animals face. Hawaiian monk seals have one of the highest documented entanglement rates among all pinniped species and the number of seals found entangled remains largely the same each year. Lost, abandoned, and intentionally discarded fishing gear comprise some of the largest entanglement threats. While 4ocean’s mission is to clean the ocean and coastlines, we know that ocean plastic also threatens wildlife and critical marine habitats. Our nonprofit partnerships help raise awareness about the impact of ocean plastic and address countless threats to marine life. In January 2019, we partnered with The Marine Mammal Center to help save Hawaiian monk seals. The purple 4ocean Hawaiian Monk Seal Bracelet removes one pound of trash from the ocean and coastlines. It also supports rescue and rehabilitation efforts at Ke Kai Ola so these marine mammals can be enjoyed by future generations. ABOUT 4OCEAN Check out the site: 🤍 Our story: 🤍 Ocean Plastic Recovery: 🤍 Why Hawaiian monk seals: 🤍 FAQs: 🤍 JOIN THE CLEAN OCEAN MOVEMENT Shop 4ocean.com and pull a pound of trash: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Follow us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 TAG ALONG ON OUR DAILY OCEAN AND COASTLINE CLEANUPS Florida, USA: 🤍 OUR PARTNER 🤍 🤍

Higanteng Yaman ng Dagat | Rated K

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"Rated K" speaks to Institute of Environmental Science and Meteorology - UP Diliman director Prof. Lemnuel Aragones about sperm whales and their large population in the Philippine waters. Prof. Aragones then talks about the harmful effect of plastic pollution and illegal fishing to marine mammals. To watch more Rated K videos click the link below: 🤍 To watch SOCO videos, click here: 🤍 For more Mission Possible videos click here: 🤍 Subscribe to the ABS-CBN News channel! - 🤍 Visit our website at 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 #RatedK #ABSCBNNews #ABSCBNRatedK

Follow the Marine Mammal Protection Act!

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Our team shares some insight on the Marine Mammal Protection Act for Gulfarium's #ConserveToPreserve series. Enjoy!

Vaquita: World's Rarest Marine Mammal Close to Extinction

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Vaquita: world's rarest marine mammal close to extinction In a study recently published in the journal Royal Society Open Science, scientists reported that there is only about 30 vaquita left in the world. The vaquita is a small porpoise found only in the Gulf of California, and it is considered to be the world's rarest marine mammal. The main threat to the vaquita is accidental entanglement in gillnets set by fishermen targeting other fish. If something isn't done soon to save this species from extinction, it will be lost forever.

Marine Mammal Act

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Rep. Don Young speaks on his bill, H.R. 844 the Marine Mammal Rescue Assistance Amendments of 2009. Congressman Young's bill will amend the MMPA of 1972 to require the collection and updating of existing practices and procedures for rescuing and rehabilitating stranded or entangled marine mammals. It also authorizes entanglement response agreements.

Marine Mammal Center in Marin County reopens to public

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More than two years after it closed for the pandemic, the Marine Mammal Center is reopening to the public this weekend. Wilson Walker reports. (6-3-22)

A Day at the Institute for Marine Mammal Studies

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Despite the fact that there were approximately 45,000 children here (slight exaggeration, it was only 4 charter bus loads) I had an awesome day at IMMS in Gulfport, MS. This is also, without question, the sloppiest edit I have ever made. Everything filmed and edited by me. Song is "Sick Trim" by Paper Tiger. I do not own the song nor do I have any rights to it whatsoever. No copyright infringement is intended.

FAU's Marine Mammal Rescue Program

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Animal experts at FAU's Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute are on call to help injured marine mammals and bring them to safety. The FAU HBOI Marine Mammal Rescue Team works under a stranding agreement between the NMFS Southeast Region and FAU HBOI under the authority of MMPA and a disentanglement agreement through NMFS Permit No: 932-1905-01/MA-009526-01. The team is funded by Protect Wild Dolphin and Protect Florida Whales plate funds granted through the Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute Foundation.

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