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Searching the ocean for one of the world’s rarest whales

In the aberration, they might see nothing at all, or they could find dolphins, a turtle, a manta ray or some manatees.

By ZACHARY T. SAMPSON
28/03/2021

Whales engage in social and cultural learning, study indicates

“We know that whales and dolphins are incredibly intelligent and must have complex social lives."

By HADASSAH BRENNER
18/03/2021
Floating ice as seen during the expedition of the The Greenpeace's Arctic Sunrise ship at the Arctic

Climate change: Weakening in Gulf Stream points to dramatic tipping point

“The climate system is an angry beast and we are poking it with sticks.”

By HADASSAH BRENNER
10/03/2021

Photo shows ship floating above water. Do our eyes play tricks on us?

The optical illusion is commonly seen in the Artic, but it appears "very rarely" in UK waters over the course of the winter months.

Erman Skyman, (R) the Superintendent of the Tel Aviv police coastal patrol unit and Shlomo Maman, 44

Coastal Police rescues mother, five children from high tide

The family had set out earlier on a cruise, but lost control of the motor when a rope got tangled in it.

Jewish surfer Makua Rothman may have ridden largest wave in history -watch

The final estimate of the wave’s height will be announced at the annual XXL surfing awards, which Rothman told a local news channel should occur in May.

By GABE FRIEDMAN/JTA
23/01/2021

What active measures can be taken to to end environmental injustice

A recent study suggests marine animals ingest plastics due to aromas that the debris emits.

By ELIZAVETA IVANOVA/ZAVIT SCIENCE , ENVIRONMENT NEWS AGENCY
12/12/2020

Carefully enjoying Israel's kurkar ridges along the Mediterranean seashore

The cliff creates a beautiful shoreline with unique habitats along its rugged slopes and curved wadis.

By ITSIK MAROM
12/12/2020

Israel-Lebanon maritime border talks postponed, both sides say

The Lebanese security source said the reason for the delay was Israel's rejection of Lebanese proposals.

By REUTERS
30/11/2020

Study finds why once-common sponges vanished from Israel's shallow coasts

Agelas oroides once thrived in Israel's shallow waters, but 50 years later, they can only be found in habitats 100 meters below the ocean's surface.

24/11/2020
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