8 Apr 2014

A "poopy" reminder for World Oceans Day!

World Oceans Day is only 2 months away!!! :o)

As hectic as the past year has been (and as unsure as things are right now), I'm not 100% sure if I'll be able to do something to mark the occasion this year... although I sure as hell am going to try! So start thinking about the Oceanic Blog-A-Thon just in case. What do our Oceans do for you, and what can you do for our oceans?!

In the meantime, do go read this very interesting and funny story about the importance of whale poop in the Oceans! :D

from NPR

1 comment:

  1. I read the link – the story about the whale poop - quite something ! – so many things we don’t know about animal life. I remember reading that a gown moose (and there are plenty in Newfoundland and other parts of Canada) – belches about 2,100 kg of carbon dioxide a year which is the equivalent of more than twice the amount of CO2 coming on a round-trip flight from Santiago, Chili to Oslo. So the moose population contributes to global warming…


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