FISHING

SAUSALITO, CA - APRIL 20: An Elephant Seal pup sits in a pool at the Marine Mammal Center on April 20, 2017 in Sausalito, California. The Marine Mammal center has seen a surge in orphaned and injured Elephant Seal pups following heavy storm activity and rough surf that could have swept the young seals away from their mothers. The Marine Mammal Center currently has 113 elephant seals in rehabilitation compared to 100 this time last year. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

Hundreds Of Dead Seabirds, Sea Lions Wash Up In Southern California

Something disturbing has been washing up on Southern California beaches in recent weeks: dead and dying seabirds and marine mammals, numbering in the dozens. California resident Kyle Cory said this we...
DUXBURY, MA - MAY 6: An aerial view of a right whale erupting from the blow hole while feeding off the shores of Duxbury Beach. There were groups of the North Atlantic right whales swimming off shore. The critically endangered animals are making a comeback since they were nearly hunted to extinction a century ago. They are also making a habit of appearing off the local coastline in the spring. The whales feed on copepods by opening their mouths as they swim through masses of the tiny, but fat-rich, creatures. (Photo by David L. Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Trump Administration Could Permit Oil Companies To ‘Assault' Marine Life

The Trump administration took a major step forward Monday in its pledge to expand offshore oil and gas drilling in the Atlantic Ocean by greenlighting a process that could wreak havoc on marine life a...