wondrous majestic beasts!whales — aroused
Whales are magnificent are they not. I am fascinated by them as they are guardians of our planet Earth. They hold much wisdom far more than we will ever know. Where did the Whales originate from. A watery planet in a far off galaxy, they were brought here eons ago when Earth was first created […]Whales —
This is the sixth of the “Week-Long Alaskan Dream” post series. While COVID-19 has thrown 2020 a curve ball, and continues to disrupt in ways that are so difficult for so many, it seemed superficial to pick up where I left off to finish this blog series from our Alaska trip a year (seems like […]The Wonder of Whales — Travel. Garden. Eat.
I just read about the beached whales in Tasmania. It’s very sad. Apparently only 108 out of roughly 350 survived. There was more that I don’t want to quote, so I’ll just get to the point of this post. The news article referred to the dead whales as ‘cadavers’. I don’t like that. It’s so […]Beached whales — Vegan Lynx
Petchary’s Blog reminds us that yesterday marked the 15th Annual Endangered Species Day, and makes a plea for the protection of sea turtles. Here are excerpts: There was a painful, sad post on social media this morning: the Bluefields Bay Fishermen’s Friendly Society needs help to save and protect our Sea Turtles. On May 8 and 14, […]Endangered Species Day: Jamaica’s Sea Turtles Are Living on the Edge — Repeating Islands
350 Scientists have warned that within our lifetime 50% of the world’s whale species could become extinct. Whaling, climate change, collisions with ship, habitat degradation, pollution — all these, and more, account for serious threats to these species.
The North Atlantic Right Whale is high on the vulnerable list. Followed not far behind by some others.
Check all this out on the internet.
Norway, Iceland and Japan seem to be the only countries, other than local aboriginal populations from some other countries, who permit whaling. Its been rumoured that Iceland exports its surplus whale meat products to Japan where it is used for pet food…
Surely, in this day and age, whaling should not be necessary…