Bottlenose Dolphin with Deformed Spine ‘Adopted’ by a Pod of Sperm Whales

When you think about dolphins, you probably imagine highly social animals that enjoy basking in the lime light. For the most part, you’d be right. Sperm whales, on the other hand, tend to be on the opposite end of the socialization spectrum; they’re shy, reserved, and they rarely mingle with other sea creatures.

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Conservation Paradise sets its Goal to Breed the Rarest Tortoise on Earth

IUCN recently announced turtles and tortoise to be the most critically endangered invertebrates of the world. While all over the globe these marine and terrestrial species and struggling for survival there is a protected paradise in the foothills of Los Padres National Forest called Behler Chelonian Center of the nonprofit Turtle Conservancy.

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