Blackfish follows the story of Tilikum, the largest orca (killer whale) in captivity, who currently resides at Sea World, Orlando. Tilikum is a “notoriously vicious” orca who has been associated with the deaths of three people
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New adventures in pioneers’ footsteps
Keeping watch on wildlife
Can Climate Shift the Biology of Ecosystems?
Bolivia’s Murderous Mine: Making a Molehill Out of a Mountain
Ricardo Morales started mining Bolivia’s Cerro Rico when he was 12, and he’s proud of the mountain’s majestic history. “It’s said that the silver taken from here could have built a bridge from the peak to Spain’s palace door,” boasts the raspy-voiced Morales, 52, standing at the entrance to his mine some 14,000 feet above sea level.
Chemistry: Mining the Sea
AFGHANISTAN: Coup and Recoup?
What’s Killing the Sea Otters
Los Angeles They’re cute, furry, and when they’re not chasing each other around kelp forests, they’re floating on their backs like miniature teddy bears. Hunted nearly to extinction for their luxuriant fur–the thickest of any mammal’s–the sea otters of California were making a comeback until they started mysteriously dying off.