Shark-eat-shark photo catches rare marine moment
Though not unusual for a shark to snack on another shark, it’s not typical behavior — and it’s certainly not common for humans to catch the action firsthand. The eater in this party was a tasselled wobbegong shark more than 4 feet long; the wobbegong’s prey was a 3.2-foot-long brown-banded bamboo shark
Globally endangered green turtles are enjoying a baby boom on remote Philippine islands as a three-decade protection programme starts to pay off, environment group Conservation International said Wednesday.
The success on Baguan is so important because green turtles can live up to 100 years, meaning the 2011 boom’s impacts will be felt into the 22nd century.