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Dozens Of Endangered Orcas Seen Off California Coast For First Time In 8 Years
The "L pod" traveling from the Pacific Northwest included a months-old calf and a female orca in her 90s.
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Criminal Probe Launched Into Death Of Great White Shark In California
Officials aren't revealing the cause of death of the 9-foot juvenile male that washed up on Monterey Bay beach.
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Drone Shows Great White Sharks Circling California Kayaker In Monterey Bay
"They're not the man-eating monsters they're made out to be," the kayaker says.
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CAUGHT ON VIDEO: Great White Shark Attacks Kayak In Monterey Bay
The shark was as long as the 14-foot boat.
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Explore America’s Stunning Marine Sanctuaries Without Getting Wet
Don't dive? No problem. A new virtual reality gallery offers 360-degree views of some of America's best underwater treasures.
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News Roundup for May 1, 2017
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Another week of Trump induced anxiety. 1. Congress has avoided a government shutdown. At least until September. Which is
Monterey Bay Whale Watch
Watch Orca Pack Hunt Yet Another Whale Calf During 'Unprecedented' Killing Spree
The pod of orcas has killed four gray whale calves off California's coast in just seven days.
The Ultimate 'Big Little Lies' Travel Guide
What your girl crush reads online
MONTEREY BAY AQUARIUM We’ve briefly seen the exquisite Monterey Bay Aquarium in a scene that captures the mother-son essence
What You Didn't Know About The Setting Of HBO's 'Big Little Lies'
Architectural Digest Magazine
Since the 19th century, the coastal town has attracted writers and artists (from Jack London to Beverly Cleary) seeking a
Mysterious Type Of Killer Whale Caught On Video Killing And Eating A Shark
The offshore killer whale is rarely seen as it usually keeps far from the coast.
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Breaching Humpback Whale Lands On Top Of Kayakers
"It's all fun and games until someone gets jumped on."
Adorable Otter Pup Takes A Break To Learn How To Otter
This little guy seems to be learning pretty quickly how to otter. Take a look at the video above, and follow along with the
5 Unforgettable Carmel Check-ins
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5. Mundaka Behold Mundaka. Frankly, it's one of the hippest culinary hotspots to hit Carmel in years. Specializing in Spanish
Where to Tickle a Grey Whale
Writer, science journalist, mother and whale nerd
The breeding lagoons in Baja, California are safe, warm places for the whales to calve. This is where some 'friendlies' seem to enjoy contact with people. We had a magical time.
Restoring The Blue
President, Blue Frontier; Author, "The Golden Shore"
Every time I go diving I discover something new and wondrous, and too often signs of human disruption.
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Fishing After the Tsunami
The Perennial Plate
In 2004, the Tsunami that hit Sri Lanka killed eight members of this small fishing family. Yet today they still fish, because they have to do it to survive.
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