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Wisdom Wednesday 3/11/20

Instagram photo of a seal by Justin Hofman
Seals spend much of their life in water! Their thick fur and blubber offer protection against freezing temperatures. Seals have more blood in their body than other animals. Since blood cells keep the oxygen, seal can dive longer than other animals. Seal can hold its breath for 2 hours which is a record in the animal world. They can dive up to 1000-1300 feet deep when they are searching for food.

Shore Buddies Ocean Hero of the Week: Hannah Fraser

Mermaid Hannah Fraser with Shore Buddies Sammy the Seal

Shore Buddies Ocean Hero of the Week: Hannah Fraser

I have been actively campaigning for 20 years to END the shark fin & manta gill ray trade, and cetacean slaughter by showing people that these animals are intelligent, interactive, largely harmless, and invaluable to the balance of the eco system that we depend upon for life on this planet.

Wisdom Wednesday-7/25/18

Wisdom Wednesday-7/25/18
Did you know the blue whale is the largest animal on the planet? Our very own Emma is sooo large, she dwarfs elephants...

Wisdom Wednesday- 5/2/18

Wisdom Wednesday- 5/2/18
Blue whales are the largest animals and have evolved from the hippopotamus. The blue whales ...