An unprecedented marine heatwave had long-lasting negative impacts on both survival and birth rates on the iconic dolphin population in Shark Bay, Western Australia. Researchers have now documented that climate change may have more far-reaching consequences for the conservation of marine mammals than previously thought.
Official Post from Richard Seymour: I have this fossil, and it is like a geo-scope into the deep past, and into an alien intelligence.A shallow, warm sea washing over Gondwana. An average marine temperature of 45 degrees Celsius. Nothing surviving that was not protected from solar radiation by the cover of water. Lifeless land, superc