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Sea mammals

dugong, eared seal, earless seal, elephant seal, harp seal, hooded seal, manatee, sea cow, seal, sea lion, walrus or (archaic) sea horse
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On sighting the whale, residents rushed home and returned with axes, knives, and cutlasses, butchering the huge sea mammal without confirming whether it was dead or not.
CALLS are being made for a dead sea mammal which has washed up on a Gwynedd beach to be removed.
Professor Ailsa Hall, director of the Sea Mammal Research Unit, said: "In these contaminated areas, we rarely observe newborn killer whales."
The double-tusked Arctic sea mammal proved a big draw yesterday as it made a whistlestop visit to several islands.
Since Caspian seals are near the top of the food chain, some scientists suggest that this sea mammal is an "indicator species." This means that if they aren't doing well, it's a good indicator that the rest of the food chain isn't doing well either.
Pan-microbial array technology works to discover known and suspected causative pathogens in a wide range of clinical samples, including blood, urine, feces, sputum, cerebral-spinal fluid, and a variety of tissues from human, primate, swine, sea mammal, and other hosts.
THE seas around Ireland are so polluted plastic has been found inside every dead sea mammal found on the coastline, a new study has found.
By: Egypt Today Cairo - 16 July 2017 : An endangered sea mammal finds home at Marsa Alam, and a support group is helping it stay at peace.
Two-year-old springer spaniel Leia alerted her owner, Rich Wilcock, to the sea mammal that had washed up on the Criccieth shoreline.
"This delay is unacceptable, and we cannot push back implementation of these measures any longer," said Diaz, who noted that the International Committee for the Recovery of the Vaquita (CIRVA) had been pushing for urgent protections for the endangered sea mammal since September 2014 at the start of the shrimping season.
Members of the public can help by sending any photos to the Times of Oman so the same can be forwarded to the scientists for study of this unique sea mammal. In January 2013, 16 False Killer Whales beached at Al Sawadee, of whom had 12 died, with two in-calf.