又發現鯨豚擱淺！ 想知道更多救援狀況可以到 成大海洋生物及鯨豚研究中心 看看，在 中華鯨豚協會 Taiwan Cetacean Society 的紀錄裡，十一月份發現鯨豚擱淺的數量比往年同期的多，海洋裡發生什麼事？這些鯨豚怎麼了？好多謎團等待解開啊～～～
Collecting data for cetaceans 鯨目動物 is indeed very difficult: They live far offshore, and some of them are found in remote parts of the world. In Alaska, researchers have been studying whales off the coast since the 1970s. This summer, one main focus of research was on orcas, or killer whales. In the Northwestern portion of the Gulf of Alaska, a whalewatching tour boat recently reported sighting a pod of killer whales. But what researchers found wasn’t just a pod… it was a superpod!
The war over killing whales between Japan and the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society, is turning increasingly violent, with the latter group acting as aggressor.
Click on this link and check out the latest video posted on Japan's Institute of Cetacean Research website. It shows the Steve Irwin and its crew of activists colliding with a whaling vessel, causing it to list, as a Japanese crewman yells and as water canons cascade.
Cetacea (/sᵻˈteɪʃə/), (from Latin cetus "whale" and Greek ketos "huge-fish") are a widely distributed and diverse clade of carnivorous, finned, aquatic marine
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CetaceaCetacea (/sᵻˈteɪʃə/), (from Latin cetus "whale" and Greek ketos "huge-fish") are a widely distributed and diverse clade of carnivorous, finned, aquatic marine
(of a ship) to lean to one side, particularly as a result of damage:
The tanker is listing badly and liable to sink at any moment.