- theconversation.com - Robert J. Orth and Jonathan Lefcheck and Karen McGlathery
Bluefin tuna migrating to UK due to climate change as conservationists call for our waters to be sanctuary for endangeredThe Telegraph - Helena Horton
Conservationists have asked for endangered fish to be taken as seriously as mammals including tigers When surfers in Cornwall saw a huge, iridescent bluefin tuna rising from the water almost in touching...
- Euronews - Jeremy Wilks & Mari Jeanne Ion
In this episode of Climate Now, as part of Euronews' Green Tomorrow initiative, we report from Romania to on the link between biodiversity and climate change, with projects to build bridges for bears bring...
- New Atlas
These minuscule critters are among the toughest animals on our planet, and are largely indestructible owing to their ability to enter a state of deep suspended animation. They are thought to be one of the only species to have survived all five major extinction events, can withstand the crushing forces at the bottom of the ocean, and can get by without food, water or oxygen.