Wildlife Co-authored by Erica Cirino When most people think of cetaceans, they think of the most iconic species: dolphins and whales. The vaquita—a small gray porpoise with an elusive lifestyle that’s
lithub.com - Myléne DresslerMylène Dressler is the author of the novels The Deadwood Beetle and The Floodmakers, among other books, and her essays have previously appeared in journals including the Kenyon Review, Pilgrimage, Flyway, and Creative Nonfiction. She teaches fiction and creative nonfiction and directs the Sherwood Anderson Creative Writing Scholarship Program at Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina.
And you may not be able to sleep tonight The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, Oregon State University, and the U.S. Coast Guard sent a titanium-encased hydrophone down to the deepest part
The surfer got back in the water the next day! At the age of 10, Eden Hasson is already a talented surfer — but even a professional would be spooked by the experience Eden had earlier this week. At a in
A Japanese surfer who spent a night at sea clinging to his surfboard has been rescued by the crew of a container ship off the east coast of Australia. The 37-year-old told police a current had pulled out
Actor Christopher Taloa and other ocean lovers will go to the beach the Lunada Bay Boys claim as their territory. A band of entitled surf bullies in Southern California have been placed on notice that
Almost all female animals breed until they die. This makes sense: the longer you can procreate, the more likely you are to pass on your genes. There are, however, a few exceptions to the rule. Humans,
Changing Planet Sandra Brooke on board the research vessel Atlantis, with the submersible Alvin behind her, in 2000. During this trip off the Central American coast, she logged her third dive to the East