When a hunter found eleven killer whales (orcas) trapped in Hudson’s Bay in northeastern Canada, there was little hope for their survival. With only one small hole for the pod of whales to surface, breathing room was scarce. If locals didn’t do something to create more space, it was very likely that some (or all) of the whales would die.
Scientists aboard the manned submersible Johnson-Sea-Link were pleasantly surprised to find and collect an array of glowing sea creatures living deep inside oceans off the Bahamas. The expedition was on the lookout for these previously known bottom dwellers known to spread their bioluminescence.
The Dead Sea might get some company soon. In a recent report, scientists have stated that humans are destroying the world’s oceans much worse than previously thought. In fact, things have gotten even worse than the “worse case scenario” predicting just a few short years ago. Pollution, habitat destruction, global warming, overfishing – the list goes on and on at how the human race is killing off the ocean race.