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Rare Right Whale Sighting in Bering Sea
 
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Two rare North Pacific right whales were spotted in the Bering Sea
Whale Watching In The Bering Sea
 
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Humpback whales feeding on herring in the Unimak Pass area of the Bering Sea. The birds are Shearwaters that migrate from the Southern Hemisphere.
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Killer Whales Following Bering Sea Fishing Vessel
 
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Killer Whales following Alaska fishing vessel.
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Killer whales in the Bering Sea
 
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Killerswhales following a fishing boat around for about 2 weeks getting a free meal from discards. All filmed NW of St. Paul Island.
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Bering sea adventures/killer whale encounter
 
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I brief encounter with killer whales.
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Fishing Hook Gameplay Lv. 40 - Boss Fish at Bering Sea: Gray Whale | Hard Fighting
 
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BOSS FISH at Bering Sea | Fishing Hook Game (Android). Boss fish is the name for the largest fish in an area. And at the bering sea level, the largest fish comes from the type of gray whales. Really, it is not easy to beat this one Boss Fish than before. Your fishing gears must be completely upgraded to be able to catch it. My Fishing Gear: ~ Fishing Rod: Challenge Classic Rod - ATK 1783 ~ Fishing Reel: Stout Reel No.3 - Rolling Reel Speed 90% ~ Fishing Lure: Challenge Lure No.2 - Striking Damage 160% ~ Fishing Line: Wire Line 1 - 640m ~ Boat No. 1 Please Subscribe to give me a cup of coffee :-), and I really appreciate it. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSMkFlJ4R8gry_OeLM_EG9A?sub_confirmation=1
Views: 59632 Rumah Game
Paus Boss fish Gray whale - Bering sea (Boss fish) Kail pancing / fishing hook
 
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Boss paus gray whale - Bering sea Kail pancing / fishing hook *Playlist kail pancing / fishing hook : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLhHLBzQKuM5QU9l7fQccM7gtOtdX3dvS_ *SUBSCRIBE free : https://www.youtube.com/c/JayMoureira
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Beaked Whales, Клюворылые киты
 
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Beaked whales are the members of the family Ziphiidae which consists of twenty two species. Status: Data deficient DD. Berardius arnuxii Common name: Arnoux´s beaked whale, southern four-toothed whale, southern beaked whale, New Zealand beaked whale, southern giant bottlenose whale, southern porpoise whale. известен как: южный плавун, южный берардиус. Berardius bairdii Common name: Baird's beaked whale, Pacific giant bottlenose whale, giant bottle-nosed whale, northern four-toothed whale, North Pacific bottlenose whale, four-toothed whale. известен как: северный плавун, берардиус Бэрда, клюворыл Бэрда, Дальневосточный бутылконос. Hyperoodon ampullatus Common name: northern bottlenose whale, North Atlantic bottlenose whale, northern bottlenose whale, bottlehead. известен как: высоколобый бутылконос, северный бутылконос. Hyperoodon planifrons Common name: southern bottlenose whale, Antarctic bottlenose whale, flathead. известен как: плосколобый бутылконос, южный бутылконос. Indopacetus pacificus Common name: Longman’s beaked whale, tropical bottlenose whale, Indo-Pacific whale известен как: Лонгмановский кит, Австралийский ремнезуб, ремнезуб Лонгмана. Mesoplodon bidens Common name: Sowerby's beaked whale, North Atlantic beaked whale, North Sea beaked whale известен как: Атлантический ремнезуб, североморский ремнезуб, ремнезуб Соверби. Mesoplodon bowdoini Common name: Andrews' beaked whale, splay-toothed beaked whale, Bowdoin's beaked whale, deep-crest beaked whale. известен как: Новозеландский ремнезуб. Mesoplodon carlhubbsi Common name: Hubbs' beaked whale, Hubbs's beaked whale, Arch-beaked whale. известен как: Ремнезуб Хаббса. Mesoplodon densirostris Сommon name: Blainville's beaked whale, Atlantic beaked whale, dense beaked whale. известен как: Ремнезуб Блэнвиля. Mesoplodon europaeus Common name: Gervais' beaked whale, Antillean beaked whale, Gulf Stream beaked whale, European beaked whale. известен как: Антильский ремнезуб, кит Жервэ. Mesoplodon ginkgodens Сommon name: Ginkgo-toothed beaked whale, ginkgo beaked whale, Japanese beaked whale. известен как: Японский ремнезуб. Mesoplodon grayi Common name: Gray's beaked whale, Haast’s beaked whale, scamperdown whale, small-toothed beaked whale, southern beaked whale. известен как: ремнезуб Грэя. Mesoplodon hectori Common name: Hector's beaked whale, New Zealand Beaked Whale, Skew-beaked Whale. известен как: ремнезуб Гектора. Mesoplodon hotaula Common name: Deraniyagala’s beaked whale. известен как: ремнезуб Дераниягала. Mesoplodon layardii Common name: strap-toothed whale, Layard's beaked whale. известен как: ремнезуб Лейарда. Mesoplodon mirus Common name: True's beaked whale, wonderful beaked whales. известен как: ремнезуб Тру. Mesoplodon peruvianus Common name: Peruvian beaked whale, lesser beaked whale, pygmy beaked whale, bandolero beaked whale. известен как: Перуанский ремнезуб, карликовый ремнезуб. Mesoplodon perrini Common name: Perrin's beaked whale. известен как: клюворыл Перрина. Mesoplodon stejnegeri Common name: Stejneger's beaked whale, saber-toothed beaked whale, Bering Sea beaked whale, North Pacific beaked whale. известен как: Командорский ремнезуб, кит Стейнегера. Mesoplodon traversii Common name: Spade-toothed beaked whale, Traver's beaked whale, Bahamondi's beaked whale. известен как: Южноамериканский ремнезуб. Tasmacetus shepherdi Common name: Shepherd's beaked whale, Tasman beaked whale, Tasman whale. известен как: Тасманийский клюворыл, новозеландский клюворыл Шеперда. Ziphius cavirostris Common name: Cuvier´s beaked whale, Goosebeak whale, Goose-beaked Whale. известен как: клюворыл, Кювьеров клюворыл, средний плавун, клюворыл Кювье. For more info visit: http://www.scubaff.com/order-cetacea/ The best of #ScubaFilmFactory : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU_kilv65dsX2VadmNK-aNms44WL_R6Ns
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Huge Hairy Sea Monster Washes Up On The Shore Of The Bering Sea On The  Kamchatka Peninsula.
 
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The baffling behemoth - shown in a video here - was washed up in recent days on the shore of the Bering Sea, on the Pacific side of the Kamchatka peninsula. More than three times the size of a man, the smelly heavyweight monster has puzzled locals here who are used to seeing what the ocean washes up. It has a dirty chalk colouring, and appears to have a long tail - or tentacle - but no definite head or eyes as it lies on the dark volcanic sand. Witness Svetlana Dyadenko posted: ‘This unidentified and strange-looking creature was washed on the shore next to the village of Pakhachi, on the north-eastern side of the Kamchatka Peninsula.' She said: ‘The most interesting thing to me is that the creature is covered with tubular fur. ‘Could it be some ancient creature? ‘I wish scientists could inspect this enigma that ocean threw at us.’ It could be the remnants of an extinct woolly mammoth, perhaps released from an undersea permafrost grave by the warm summer. But Svetlana said: ‘It looks more like a hairy octopus. Can’t guess what is it. ‘People who saw it could not dig or pull it out. ‘You would need an excavator because part of it got completely covered with sand.’ Commenter Slava Shatunov wrote: ‘It looks like normal fur.’ Svetlana replied: ‘It does look like fur, but it’s tubular, as if a lot of tiny pipes hang down the carcass. This is a really strange-looking creature. The term globster was first coined in 1962 to describe a mysterious Tasmanian carcass which was said to have "no visible eyes, no defined head, and no apparent bone structure”. These globsters may at first resemble a gigantic octopus while others may have some bones or tentacles or flippers - or even eyes, say experts. They are, though, not usually hairy as this one is. Scientists have suggested globsters are declared carcasses of large sea creatures, like whales or sharks. They might be lumps of whale blubber released from decaying corpses. Yet the hair or fur on this Kamchatka monster doesn’t seem to fit with this description. But Kamchatka marine biologist Sergei Kornev today partly validated the globster theory. He believes the monster to be part of a decaying sea mammal. 'Under the influence of the sea, time and various animals, from the smallest to the largest, a whale often takes on bizarre forms. ‘This is only a part of a whale, not a whole one.' SOURCE: FOOTAGE BY Svetlana Dyadenko SOURCE: STORY From https://siberiantimes.com/other/others/news/huge-hairy-sea-monster-washes-up-on-pacific-coast-what-can-it-be/ Music Credit: Music by BENSOUND http://www.bensound.com/royalty-free-... Creative Commons — Attribution 3.0 Unported— CC BY 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/b... Send footage to - [email protected] Follow me on twitter - https://twitter.com/Underbelly2_0 NEW T-SHIRTS DESIGNS AT THE HIDDEN UNDERBELLY SHOP...... https://teespring.com/stores/thehiddenunderbelly?aid=marketplace
Berring Sea Whale
 
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Just a couple of hours outside of Dutch Harbor before crossing into the Pacific/
Views: 53 Chuck Shiley
Deckhand Jumps Overboard | Deadliest Catch
 
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Overzealous in his attempt to help hook a walrus carcass, the Wizard's Freddy Maugatai dives into the icy cold Bering Sea. (The crew wanted to harvest the animal's tusks.) | For more, visit http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/deadliest-catch/#mkcpgn=ytdsc1 Subscribe to Discovery! | http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=discoverynetworks Get full episodes of Deadliest Catch! | http://www.youtube.com/discoveryfulleps
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Danger In The Water - Alaskan Fishing Documentary - History TV
 
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Danger In The Water - Alaskan Fishing Documentary - History TV Fishing is the activity of trying to catch fish. Fish are normally caught in the wild. Techniques for catching fish include hand gathering, spearing, netting, angling and trapping. Fishing may include catching other aquatic animals, such as molluscs, cephalopods, crustaceans, and echinoderms. The term is not normally applied to catching farmed fish, or to aquatic mammals, and marine mammals, such as whales, where the term whaling is more appropriate. According to United Nations FAO statistics, the total number of commercial fishermen and fish farmers is estimated to be 38 million. Fisheries and aquaculture provide direct and indirect employment to over 500 million people in developing countries.[1] In 2005, the worldwide per capita consumption of fish captured from wild fisheries was 14.4 kilograms, with an additional 7.4 kilograms harvested from fish farms.[2] In addition to providing food, modern fishing is also a recreational pastime. Fishing is an ancient practice that dates back to at least the beginning of the Upper Paleolithic period about 40,000 years ago.[3] Isotopic analysis of the skeletal remains of Tianyuan man, a 40,000-year-old modern human from eastern Asia, has shown that he regularly consumed freshwater fish. Read More: Subscribe For More Documentary Films: http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCsc7tosS2c0T-4_y94j23vw?sub_confirmation=1
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Rare Right Whales Sighted Off Bering Sea
 
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It was the faintest gunshot call, so quiet research biologist Jessica Crance of the Alaska Fisheries Science Center’s Marine Mammal Laboratory said she almost missed it. In her blog, Crance said that she certainly wasn’t expecting any right whale calls 55 miles east of their critical habitat inside Bristol Bay. Created with http://tovid.io
Views: 9 Dorene Lorenz
Inupiat Life: Barrow, Alaska Bowhead Whale Harvest October 5, 2014https://youtu.be/AfGHDo6_btc; 7:12
 
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http://youtu.be/F1eyK2lIeQo, http://youtu.be/w71ORGXZu08, http://youtu.be/qoSSik9pEzc, Barrow, Alaska, Bowhead Whale harvest on Oct. 5, 201 extracted 3 whales. We viewed the harvest of one whale of over 20 ft onto the beach in the Pt. Barrow area. It was carried by fork lift about a mile to the 'prep' area. The second whale was around 34 ft. It took two forklifts, driving in unison, to carry it to the 'prep' area. This video is of the harvest/prep of the two Bowhead whales. Also included is footage of one of the whalers with the knife he made, used to help cut up the whale portions for distribution to the community. Also our whaler kindly showed us how a baleen is cleaned. For some 10,000 years the Inupiat people have harvested the Bowhead whale for food, clothing, and other uses. Every bit of the whale is used. The whale lives in the Arctic area off of Barrow most of the year, except when it migrates briefly to the Bering Sea. The Inupiat people treat the whale with great respect and thanks, for its submission of life for their subsistance.https://youtu.be/AfGHDo6_btc; length: 7:12min
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Whales and Birds Feeding in the Bering Strait
 
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Rarely seen by humans - our boat was heading through the Bering Strait and we came across this amazing scene. The birds were enough awe, but then the whales (humpback and Finn) started popping up among the birds...a true miracle to see!
Views: 288 Sherry Ott
Scientists on research vessel spot rare whale in Bering Sea
 
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Whales in Bering Sea
 
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10 Humpback Whales encircling us in Bering Sea. They being just few mtrs away can make you realise the sheer size of those beautiful mammals which cant be seen on TV screen.
Views: 59 Gaurav Saini
North America - Murder At Bering Sea
 
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The law of the wild does not discriminate, and a short-cut proves deadly for a whale calf. http://www.discoverychannelasia.com/ http://www.facebook.com/DiscoverySEAsia
Alaskan Whale surfacing - Bering Sea Crab Fisherman's Tour in Ketchikan Alaska
 
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Alaska Whale Bering Sea Crab Fisherman's Tour in Ketchikan Alaska. On board the ship "The Aleutian Ballad" from Season of Deadliest Catch Our Inside passage cruise to Alaska on Holland America line Westerdam May 2011 Ocean Gulf Sailing Fun Awesome travel destination Alaskan seafood Best Vacation Boat Cold geography experience sea Cruising maritime Adventure Culture Event Events Marine Islands Nature Wildlife Victoria Canada Water
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Scientists on research vessel spot rare whale in bering sea
 
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Scientists on research vessel spot rare whale in bering sea scientists on research vessel spot rare whale in bering sea
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Personal Encounter with Grey Whales in Baja
 
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Each year the grey whales arrive in Mexico from the Bering Sea to breed and give birth. Some of the mother whales bring their young to local boats called pangas to interact with humans. An unforgettable experience.
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Bering Sea Beast 2013 ( TV Movie 2013)
 
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Dive into the depths of unspeakable terror as Sharknado's Cassie Scerbo comes face to fin with a swarm of bloodsucking sea monsters in this suspense-drenched chiller co-starring Jonathan Lipnicki (Jerry Maguire), Brandon Beemer (TV's "The Bold and the Beautiful") and Kevin Dobson (TV's "Knots Landing"). While dredging for gold beneath the Bering Sea, siblings Donna (Scerbo) and Joe (Lipnicki) are confronted by a horde of horrific sea vampires. When their father (Dobson) falls victim to the insatiable creatures, Donna and Joe join forces with a dedicated marine biologist (Jacqueline Fleming, Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter) and a loyal deckhand (Beemer) to kill or be killed by the beasts. Director: Don E. FauntLeRoy Writer: Brook Durham Stars: Cassandra Scerbo, Brandon Beemer, Jaqueline Fleming
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Alaska fishermen ‘chased out’ of Bering Sea by gangs of killer whales
 
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Grey Whale Fluking in the Bering Sea
 
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A Grey Whale fluking near the Pica River Delta, Chukotka, Russia's far north-eastern coast of the Bering Sea
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Scientists on research vessel spot rare whale in bering sea
 
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Scientists on research vessel spot rare whale in bering sea
Rare whales found in bering sea thanks to acoustic technology
 
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Rare whales found in bering sea thanks to acoustic technology rare whales found in bering sea thanks to acoustic technology
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WHALE HUNT
 
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Single channel and 4 channel installation double sound system Screening format: DVD/HD Shooting format: DVCAM Color Aspect ratio: 4:3 Shot on location along the coast of the Bering Sea, Lorino. Chukotka region, Northeastern Siberia , Russian Federation . N 65˚29.534 W 171˚10.477 May. 2007 Edition of 2 © 2008 Carlos Casas
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WHALE ATTACKS EXPENSIVE FISHING BOAT! Deadliest Catch Simulator - Fishing: Barents Sea
 
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Killer Whale Gangs Robbing Fishermen
 
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The Anchorage Daily News reported June 19 that killer whales are chasing fishing boats and stealing their catches in the Bering Sea
Whale Harvest Gambell.mov
 
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A snapshot of a bitterly cold October day, 1988, at the village of Gambell, AK, on the northern tip of St. Lawrence Island in the Bering Sea. The reporter is Todd Pottinger, the cameraman/editor is Greg Lytle. This story originally aired on KTUU-TV, Anchorage.
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TRAILER LONG: The Northwest Passage - Greenland to the Bering Sea
 
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A documentary film by Claire Roberge and Guy Lavoie. This is the long trailer for the film - a human adventure meeting the indigenous people of the North. Join Claire and Guy aboard their steel-hulled sailboat, BALTHAZAR as they sail 7000 nautical miles from Gaspé, Quebec Canada to Alaska's Bering Sea via Greenland and the legendary Northwest Passage. Buy/Rent full 81-minute documentary at https://vimeo.com/ondemand/northwestpassage AND http://www.thesailingchannel.tv/product/northwest-passage-greenland-to-the-bearing-sea/ Includes English and French language versions.
Views: 4226 TheSailingChannel.TV
NOAA looking for Rare Right Whale in Pacific Ocean Extinct
 
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Search for Rare and Critically Endangered North Pacific Right Whale Begins First Dedicated Survey in Gulf of Alaska in More than a Decade, Aerial view of a North Pacific right whale observed in the Bering Sea. Photo NOAA Fisheries (August 2008). A team of NOAA Fisheries scientists set out on a month-long research survey onboard the NOAA ship Reuben Lasker to try to locate the rare North Pacific right whale, possibly the most endangered marine mammal to visit U.S. waters. We actually know very little about this species,” says Brenda Rone, NOAA Fisheries affiliate and chief scientist for the cruise from the Alaska Fisheries Science Center. “We hope to collect photos, tissue and fecal samples, as well as sound recordings of sighted whales.” This basic information will help scientists identify individual whales so they can monitor their health and movements throughout U.S. waters. What scientists learn about where whales go to feed, eat and raise their young will help resource managers identify ways to better protect important whale habitats and the whales. A Hard Whale to Find The little information scientists do have was collected primarily from animals in the Bering Sea. The focus of this current research will be on the Gulf of Alaska, where there have only been a handful of sightings in recent years. http://www.afsc.noaa.gov/News/right_whale_cruise.htm
Views: 245 Strontium Milks
The Gray Whales are Coming
 
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One of the biggest events in the entire animal kingdom is swimming toward Alaska’s doorstep! The annual 6,000-mile gray whale migration from Mexico to the Bering Sea is underway, and Kenai Fjord Tours can’t wait to share it with you. More than just a great time for whale watching, it’s also the first sign of spring in Alaska — and a reminder to get out and shake off the winter blahs in this amazing landscape. What will your favorite KFT memory be? Book your tour today at KFTmemories.com
Views: 38194 Kenai Fjords Tours
Go Whale Watching on the Oregon Coast
 
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If you had to pick a mascot for the Oregon Coast, you might choose the gray whale. Each winter some 20,000 great grays swim along the shore — south from Alaska’s Bering Sea to the warm-water lagoons of Mexico’s Baja California — then retracing their 12,000-mile migration north in spring. Spotting them spy-hop, breech and blow ranks high on Pacific Northwest bucket lists for a reason: Few wildlife encounters rival the moment you see the magnitude of these whales, which grow to 50 feet and weigh around 40 tons, rising from the Pacific. Find more whale-watching tips and discover other “Cool Season Adventures” on TravelOregon.com.
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North Pacific right whale - Video Learning - WizScience.com
 
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The "North Pacific right whale" is a very large, robust baleen whale species that is now extremely rare and endangered. The Northeast Pacific subpopulation, which summers in the southeastern Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska, may have no more than 50 animals. A western subpopulation that summers in the Sea of Okhotsk between the Kuril Islands and Sakhalin Island appears to number in the low hundreds of animals. Prior to commercial whaling in the North Pacific the populations in the North Pacific probably were over 20,000 animals. The taking of right whales in commercial whaling has been prohibited by one or more international treaties since 1935. Between 1962 and 1968, illegal Soviet whaling killed 529 right whales in the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska as well as 132 right whales in the Sea Okhotsk. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature categorizes the species as "Endangered". It categorizes the Northeast Pacific subpopulation as "Critically Endangered". According to the Center for Biological Diversity, the North Pacific right whale is the most endangered whale on Earth. "E. japonica" is a member of the family Balaenidae, and all species of this family are often lumped together in popular accounts as "right whales". This family consists of two genera: "Balaena"—with one species, the bowhead whale of the arctic , and "Eubalaena"—the "right whales", also often called "black right whales". Despite a superficial resemblance to the much larger "Eubalaena" species, the pygmy right whale of the Southern Hemisphere is not closely related, having been recently recognized as the sole living species of the family, Cetotheriidae. Wiz Science™ is "the" learning channel for children and all ages. SUBSCRIBE TODAY Disclaimer: This video is for your information only. The author or publisher does not guarantee the accuracy of the content presented in this video. USE AT YOUR OWN RISK. Background Music: "The Place Inside" by Silent Partner (royalty-free) from YouTube Audio Library. This video uses material/images from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North+Pacific+right+whale, which is released under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . This video is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ . To reuse/adapt the content in your own work, you must comply with the license terms.
Views: 3329 Wiz Science™
Killer whales are tormenting Alaskan fishermen.
 
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Killer whales are tormenting Alaskan fishermen. An orca whale swims in the Pacific Ocean near La Push, Wash. They're like pirates of sorts, but very, very large ones. Alaskan fishermen say they’re increasingly missing out on scores of fish they rely on to make a living because killer whales are making off with their catch. A few years ago, orca sightings in the Bering Sea were rare, fishermen tell the Alaska Dispatch News. Now the whales are appearing in large numbers to clear fishermen's hooks and lines of cod and halibut. "It's gotten completely out of control," says Jay Hebert, who’s spent four decades fishing in the Bering Sea. Not only are the whales undeterred by sonar meant to keep them away, Hebert says, but more whales are appearing with increased aggression. Some fishermen believe the orcas target specific boats, which they follow for days. That comes as no surprise to NOAA biologist John Moran, who says orcas are adept at hunting, can recognize boats by the sound they make, and may also recognize the sound of a hydraulic system lowering fishing gear as a kind of dinner bell. Moran adds orcas are known to pass on the skills they acquire, which explains why juvenile whales have been spotted around fishing boats. The National Post notes that orcas have been known to adapt their hunting strategies to particular regions within their "remarkably complex social structures." Fisherman have reported losses of up to 30,000 pounds of fish per day, plus the cost of fuel used trying to escape the hungry pods. Follow me on: https://twitter.com/cristinasellva more visit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sJVuZCwmHYY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p9TJFTr1p08 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KUBCsynYoOI
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Seal Hunt Record Ice, Whale Hunt Months Early & Arctic Anomalies (538)
 
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Seal hunts on East Coast of Canada brought back ZERO seals afetr two attempts, sea ice too thick, yet NSIDC shows low sea ice coverage there. Over in the Bering Straight, whale hunts begin, which usually are held in Autumn. NSIDC ice coverage and thickness are seriously flawed by these accounts of regional fishermen and hunters in the areas on the ice. European superfreeze continues with Italy dipping to -28C. Crops will be lost for sure. Seal Hunters http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/montreal/bad-season-seal-hunt-magdalen-islands-1.4526262 Whale Hunters Bering Straight https://insideclimatenews.org/news/17022018/arctic-sea-ice-record-low-extent-alaska-bering-hunting-whales Sea Ice Maps https://wattsupwiththat.com/reference-pages/sea-ice-page/ Monthly http://nsidc.org/data/seaice_index Daily https://nsidc.org/arcticseaicenews/category/daily-image/ Nullschool https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/overlay=temp/orthographic=-349.20,74.12,418/loc=11.203,47.017 https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/overlay=temp/orthographic=-349.20,74.12,418/loc=19.442,42.788 https://earth.nullschool.net/#current/wind/surface/level/overlay=temp/orthographic=-1.02,108.31,961/loc=-167.527,61.771 ADAPT 2030 on PayPal paypal.me/adapt2030 ADAPT 2030 Mini Ice Age FB Page https://www.facebook.com/Miniiceage Content Provided by David DuByne http://www.oilseedcrops.org You can also find this Mini Ice Age Conversations podcast on iTunes / Stitcher Radio / Soundcloud
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Fishing Hook Gameplay Lv. 50 - Boss Fish at Caribbean Sea - Blue Whale
 
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Boss Fish at Caribbean Sea - Blue Whale, the giant of the sea is classified into marine mammals. The length can reach 29 m with the weight can reach 170 tonnes. In the game, it is very difficult to catch this fish without upgrading the fishing equipment. My Fishing Gear: ~ Fishing Rod: Abyss Classic Rod - ATK 2518 ~ Fishing Reel: Abyss Reel No.2 - Rolling Reel Speed 140 % ~ Fishing Lure: Abyss Lure No.2 - Striking Damage 205 % ~ Fishing Line: Wire Line 3 - 780m ~ Boat No. 1 Please Subscribe to give me a cup of coffee :-), and I really appreciate it. Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSMkFlJ4R8gry_OeLM_EG9A?sub_confirmation=1
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Rare whales found in bering sea thanks to acoustic technology
 
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Rare whales found in bering sea thanks to acoustic technology
Happy Whale Kisses
 
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In 2015 over 1,000 gray whales migrated 7,000 miles to the beautiful Laguna de San Ignacio in Baja California, Mexico from the Bering Sea. The lagoon is a nursery for gray whale calves. The mother's and calves stay there for 3 to 4 months where the calves grow and swim everyday to make the long journey back to the north. The lagoon is a place to fall in love. I know I did!
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Bering Sea King Eider Hunt, Saint Paul Alaska
 
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This is a video of my King Eider hunt on St. Paul Island in the Bering Sea.
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Whale Watchin
 
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Bering Sea
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Whales Near Dana Point
 
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These are some of the whales we see whale watching between Dana Point and Newport Beach. The most well-known and commonly seen whale is the California Gray Whale; which migrates past Newport Beach and Dana Point from December until May. The first few clips on this video are of Gray Whales putting on a show for Dana Point whale watching visitors. Whale watching trips depart from Newport Harbor at multiple times during the day to see these amazing whales. Gray Whales will make a 12,000 mile round trip from the Bering Sea down to Baja Mexico. During the northbound migration Gray Whale mothers have given birth, so our passengers have an opportunity to see week old Gray Whale newborns. In the summer months from May until the end of November, Dana Point has Humpback Whales, Minke Whales, Finback Whales and different species of dolphin feeding here. Though, Dana point whale watchers come to see the largest animal on the planet, the Blue Whale. The second set of clips in this video feature these 100 foot and 100 ton Blue Whales. These magnificent whales can eat 8,000 pounds of krill per day. Yet they couldn’t swallow anything larger than a volleyball ball. The enormous and curious blue whales amaze Dana Point travelers with their size and grace.
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Minke Whales Underwater Sounds
 
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Minke whales are common in Alaska in the spring and summer. They can be seen in the Inside Passage of Southeast Alaska, Gulf of Alaska, and Bering Sea. Credit: This video is courtesy of Relaxing Background Sounds. You can find their channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCkBiGHffqFojFEKTq-_bBZQ Check out a longer versions of whale videos here: Blue Whales Sounds (deep bass) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j3haE6TSKT8 Right Whales Sounds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqUPehsd3Tc Humpback Whales Sounds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IsFt6frqrNk Dolphin Sounds https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cSDG6HCQ8XE Beluga https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qAzEjwroxs4 If you appreciate this video, please like, comment, and/or share. Make sure to subscribe for the latest updates. Thanks! #alaska #alaskaextreme
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Humpback Whales - Cabo San Lucas, MEXICO
 
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From mid- to late fall, gray whales make the longest migration of any mammal. They complete a 6,000-mile journey from their summer homes in the Bering Strait to the warmer winter waters of Baja California and the Sea of Cortez. The gray whale is not the only species you may see: keep an eye out for the blue and humpback varieties as well. Spouting is usually the first thing you will spot. It is the great plume of water and spray caused by the whale's exhaling of air. If you are truly lucky, you may see a whale breaching, which is when they leap almost completely out of the water.
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Mass Deaths Update Pacific Ocean Animals Dying! Fukushima? Nat Geo Blames Hot Water
 
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Huge Puffin Die-Off May Be Linked to Hotter Seas? Hundreds of birds are washing up dead in the Bering Sea, causing alarm among scientists. It may be linked to climate change. More than likely Fukushima. A stretch of water that provides more seafood than any other in North America saw such record-warm temperatures earlier this year that scientists suspect the ocean food web there has shifted. That could spell big downturns for marine life, from seabirds and fur seals to salmon, crab and the $1 billion-a-year pollock fishing industry that provides flaky white filets for everything from McDonald's fish sandwiches to frozen fish sticks. "The Bering Sea has been off-the-charts warm," said Nate Mantua, an ecologist at NOAA’s Southwest Fisheries Science Center in Santa Cruz, California. "We've never seen anything like this. We're in uncharted territory. We're in the midst of an extraordinary time." In the last few years another patch of unusually warm water that settled into the Gulf of Alaska and merged with warm waters in southern California completely transformed the coastal ocean. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/2016/11/tufted-puffins-die-off-bering-sea-alaska-starvation-warm-water-climate-change/ It is Sardelas 2,500 species of birds, covering an area of two kilometers from the beach of South Nigue publishes the average SoyTemuco. However, Mayor Guillermo Martinez said that this is not a new phenomenon as in other opportunities have been other varazones of birds such as penguins. "In this case what is observed is that they are birds of the species sardelas, which in other opportunities have also been stranded," he said. After samples were taken and were analyzed by experts, Sernapesca ordered his transfer to the municipal landfill. In order to avoid a source of contamination in the population and natural environment, a gang of municipal officials remove dead birds and buried. http://www.eldinamo.cl/ambiente/2016/10/27/aves-muertas-rio-tolten-la-araucania/ Fishermen and residents of the San Jose Cove in Chiclayo found a large number of dead fish on the beach. Lorna, mackerel, pompano, cachemas and other stranded fish were found. The fishermen showed their concern and do not know the causes of the death of the fish that remained along a kilometer of the cove San Jose. They fear pollution in the cove. The fishermen indicated that they will await the pronouncement of the Institute of the Sea of ​​Peru (IMARPE) and that studies will be carried out to determine the causes of fish death. http://rpp.pe/peru/lambayeque/pescadores-hallan-peces-muertos-en-caleta-de-san-jose-noticia-1011156 Chilean scientific team ready to analyze varietal of 70 whales in Aysén http://www.eldinamo.cl/ambiente/2016/07/25/equipo-cientifico-analisis-varazon-ballenas-aysen/ Massive lobster deaths caused by floods in Phu Yen https://thetimesofvietnam.com/massive-lobster-deaths-caused-by-floods-in-phu-yen.html Subscribe Strontium Milks ☠ https://www.youtube.com/user/Fukushimaradiation Another great channel: MsMilkytheclown1 ☠ https://www.youtube.com/user/MsMilkytheclown1 If you don't have "Reverse Osmosis" consider one at http://www.multipureusa.com/ksmith
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Saildrones explore the Bering Sea
 
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NOAA PMEL/AFSC are exploring the Bering Sea with two Saildrones, solar and wind powered unmanned research platforms, launched from Dutch Harbor, AK on May 23, 2016. Follow the saildrones at http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/itae/follow-saildrone-2016 Equipped with suites of meteorological and oceanographic sensors, and specially developed echo sounders and modified whale acoustic hydrophones, the Saildrones will explore remote areas of the Bering Sea to study oceanographic conditions, pollock, fur seals and whales. http://www.pmel.noaa.gov/arctic/news-story/live-youtube-broadcast-about-2016-saildrone-mission-june-3
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A young whale hunter moves past death threats
 
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In April 2017, Chris Apassingok, 16, harpooned a whale in the Bering Sea. The meat was distributed among the community in the remote village of Gambell, Alaska, and sent to family members in other parts of the state. He was considered a provider. Although his village celebrated his kill as a great success for such a young hunter, Apassingok was met with death threats from afar. The feat was written up in the state’s newspaper, spreading the teenage whaler’s tale beyond his remote village. When activist Paul Watson read the story, he took his complaints about the hunt to Facebook. His followers subsequently sent Apassinggok a slew of hate messages, some threatening his life. The young hunter, who was already reserved, became even more withdrawn during a formative time in his young-adulthood. In this video, Apassingok’s family talks about what hunting means to their people and how integral it is for their survival. It ends with a celebration, hosted by his family, to show their appreciation for his innate hunting skills, which helped provide for their remote Alaska village. High Country News is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) independent media organization that covers environmental news and other important issues and stories that define the American West. Through insightful, in-depth journalism, it strives to inform and inspire people to act on behalf of the West's diverse natural and human communities.
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Sperm whales steal from a fishing boat - Alaska: Earth's Frozen Kingdom - Episode 1 - BBC Two
 
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SUBSCRIBE for more BBC highlights: https://bit.ly/2IXqEIn Programme website: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0520t2w Longline fishermen find themselves tormented by an unexpected pirate of the Alaskan seas.
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