Oceana
Oceana
yesterday at 19:00. Facebook
Our choices matter, so "let's do something before it's too late."

On July 20th, philanthropist and Oceana board member Susan Rockefeller will be speaking at Oceanic x Ibiza to highlight how our every day choices impact our oceans. Learn more about the event here: [ Oceanic.global Link ]

#OurChoicesMatter
Alan Malcheski
Oceana
Oceana
yesterday at 16:00. Facebook
Seismic airgun blasting is loud — really LOUD. And these ear-splitting detonations can have devastating effects on marine life.
Seismic airgun blasting is loud really LOUD And these earsplitting detonations can

8 things you need to know about the Trump administration's plans to greenlight oil exploration off the East Coast

oceana.org
Mary Tilelli Redfield
Michelle Stava
Richard Mason
Oceana
Oceana
yesterday at 14:00. Facebook
It's among the most inhospitable places on Earth for humans, and these creatures aren't even the scariest thing scientists uncovered
Its among the most inhospitable places on Earth for humans and these

Australian scientists went looking for deep sea creatures and pulled up your nightmares instead

washingtonpost.com
Sergio Lopera
Oceana
Oceana
yesterday at 01:00. Facebook
“We knew it was bad for marine mammals and fish, but now we know it’s bad for the animals at the base of the food chain – the food for marine mammals and fish.” - Jacqueline Savitz, Oceana’s senior vice president for U.S. oceans.

Learn more about how seismic airgun blasting negatively impacts all parts of the ocean - from the massive to the microscopic: [ Bit.ly Link ]
We knew it was bad for marine mammals and fish but now
Mike Hunter
Oceana
Oceana
06/23/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
Victor Schleich
Patty Hyde
Patty Hyde
Oceana
Oceana
06/23/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Think there's no place like home? These sharks completely agree! #SharkFactFriday
Oceana
Oceana
06/23/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
Take a break from your hectic morning with a quick ocean escape.

Share your favorite ocean-related memory in the comments below.
Laurel Panchuk
Oceana
Oceana
06/23/2017 . Facebook
Your commute may be bad, but at least you don’t have to worry about blood-sucking parasites.
Your commute may be bad but at least you dont have to

Blue Herons, Jellyfish, and Other Animals With Daily Commutes

news.nationalgeographic.com
Victoria Mayhue
Jim Milstead
Oceana
Oceana
06/22/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
"What you learn about these animals is how communicative they are, how intelligent they are, how social they are, how forgiving they are." - Paul Nicklen
What you learn about these animals is how communicative they are how

Polar Photographer Shares His View Of A Ferocious But Fragile Ecosystem

npr.org
Aquamen DB
Oceana
Oceana
06/22/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Mindless killing machine, or super-powered protector of the oceans?
Klaus Bühring
Shannon Harrington
Aurey-Lee Anderson
Oceana
Oceana
06/22/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
Lionfish are bulldozing native fish populations in the tropical Atlantic. But is eating them a good idea?
Lionfish are bulldozing native fish populations in the tropical Atlantic But is

Invasive lionfish are delicious — but is it safe to eat them?

oceana.org
Shannon Kelley
Judith Matz
Mariella Schembri Abela
Oceana
Oceana
06/22/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
Talk about being hard headed! Some of the only times that scientists are able to observe bowhead whales is when they're breaking through sea ice with their enormous heads.

#WhaleWednesday
Talk about being hard headed Some of the only times that scientists

Bowhead Whale

bit.ly
Oceana
Oceana
06/21/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
We get by with a little help from our friends

Tag your ocean-loving friend!
Stephanie Blas
Sandra Haunted Moho
Billy Wilburn
Oceana
Oceana
06/21/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Great news out of Virginia Beach!

#ProtectOurCoast #StandForOceans
Great news out of Virginia Beach 

ProtectOurCoast StandForOceans

Virginia Beach City Council will oppose offshore oil and gas exploration

pilotonline.com
Nicki D'Amico
Charlotte Kane
Michael Lee Rakes
Oceana
Oceana
06/21/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
Who's keeping track of ocean pollution? It turns out coral reefs are expert record keepers.
Who's keeping track of ocean pollution It turns out coral reefs are expert record keepers

Corals Keep a Record of Ocean Pollution | Hakai Magazine

hakaimagazine.com
Patricia Castillo
Robert Took
Oceana
Oceana
06/21/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
Coral reef bleaching may be easing after three years of high ocean temperatures, says US agency
Coral reef bleaching may be easing after three years of high ocean

3-year global coral bleaching event easing, but still bad

washingtonpost.com
Colin McLean
Greg Brecht
Aquamen DB
Oceana
Oceana
06/20/2017 at 19:00. Facebook
We just wrapped an amazing couple of days in Bimini with the talented Nina Dobrev! Stay tuned for more jaw-some details as we work together for a #FinBanNow. ????
We just wrapped an amazing couple of days in Bimini with the
Oceana
Oceana
06/20/2017 at 16:00. Facebook
Did you know that the giant Pacific octopus is considered the largest octopus species in the world?

Learn more about this hyper-intelligent octopus here: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Sherry Lee
Daneen DeVinna
Alexander Armanino
Oceana
Oceana
06/20/2017 at 14:00. Facebook
The aggressive bull shark's true superpowers are found in its super kidneys!
Sarah Allen
Patty M. Atkinson
Colin McLean
Oceana
Oceana
06/20/2017 at 01:00. Facebook
That’s right: This fish literally has teeth on its tongue.
That’s right: This fish literally has teeth on its tongue

This Lizard Fish, Pulled Out of the Deep Sea, Has Teeth in Terrible Places

azula.com
Patty M. Atkinson
Kumari Alka
Antek Frantek Frantek