Tag: Blue whale

Top 10 Biggest Animals Ever Recorded In The Ocean Depths – Sea Creatures

Top 10 Biggest Animals Ever Recorded In The Ocean Depths – Sea Creatures

By Micah Moen 4 Comments November 3, 2019

Biggest Underwater Creatures You Haven’t Heard About Which creepy creatures do you fear the most? Yea we know zombies and aliens will make it to the list for most people, fantasies can really trigger a lot of emotions! But zombies are unreal and the existence of aliens is questionable so what are we left with? […]

How Large Are Blue Whales Really? Size Comparison

How Large Are Blue Whales Really? Size Comparison

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 13, 2019

The Blue whale – The largest animal of our time and the largest animal that ever lived. And yes, that includes Dinosaurs and other Ocean-Giants like Megalodon and Mosasaur. How enormous Blue whales are exactly and how their managed to become so large, that’s what this episode will be about. Granted, Blue whales are probably […]

Amazing Facts About Whales!

Amazing Facts About Whales!

By Micah Moen 100 Comments August 9, 2019

[MUSIC] Are dolphins your porpoise for living? Think orcas are killer? Maybe you start blubbering when you think of belugas? That’s no fluke. Whales are one of the coolest groups of animals on Earth, with so many specialized features that they might as well be from space. If you’re looking for some of the most […]

Marine Conservation Workshop for schools with OHT in Sri Lanka
Endangered Species Act: 40 Years of Protection, Conservation, and Recovery

Endangered Species Act: 40 Years of Protection, Conservation, and Recovery

By Micah Moen 2 Comments June 4, 2019

NOAA Fisheries The Endangered Species Act was signed in 1973 to conserve threatened and endangered species and their ecosystems. This year NOAA Fisheries celebrates 40 years of protection, conservation, and recovery of our nation's living marine resources under the ESA. 40 Years of the ESA 40 Years of Protection, Conservation, and Recovery. Elkhorn Coral Chum […]

Whale move: conservation commences | Natural History Museum