marine biology

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marine biology

The scientific study of organisms living in or dependent on the oceans.
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And yet here you are, at the top of your life, where diminishing and dying begin, living an obscure and sordid existence, hunting sea animals for the satisfaction of woman's vanity and love of decoration, revelling in a piggishness, to use your own words, which is anything and everything except splendid.
They lived in cabins that looked like canoes; being, for the most part formed of the jaw-bone of a whale, put up as rafters, across which were laid pieces of driftwood covered over with long grass, the skins of large sea animals, and earth; so as to be quite comfortable, in despite of the rigors of the climate; though we are told they had as ancient and fish-like an odor, "as had the quarters of Jonah, when he lodged within the whale.
Sharks, for the most part, feed on an assortment of sea animals.
This flotsam ranged in size from coolers and motorcycle helmets to entire fishing boats and even larger objects, teeming with living sea animals that were native to the coastal waters of Japan, but foreign to North America.
With astonishing coral reefs, fish and sea animals, a dive there is a beautiful experience.
These have the appearance of jellyfish but technically are a number of sea animals all attached as a group.
Another speaker, Professor Dr Charles Mike warned that there was a possibility of widespread plague if sea animals started to die in large numbers.
The State Minister for Livestock said, in a statement to SUNA, that Sudan was rich of its natural resources and 80% of its people are working in agriculture and herding as well as the agricultural cadres and researchers, revealing that the size of livestock is 105 million heads of cattle, sheep, lamb and camels besides wild, river and sea animals, pointing to the existence of the six lakes and 6 dams, which are all factors to achieve food security but lack availability of modern technologies.
Excluded from the list is carcass from dead sea animals, i.
The illegal sand dredging, which is done in the open, suffocates sea animals and they die.
After this, Nuliajuq would become displeased when humans disrespected the land or the sea, and cause great storms and kept the sea animals away from human hunters.
A SEAL being shot with an air rifle off the North East coast in front of horrified onlookers has been used to highlight calls for a change in the law to protect the much-loved sea animals.