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When Emma Elobeid stumbled upon the carcass of a harbour porpoise on an Isle of Wight beach, she decided to investigate. Read this fascinating and important story, which features Blue Seas Protection's Captain Garry Oates:

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18 hours ago
Blue Seas Protection

If you know someone who murders and mutilates dolphins for fun, would you support them ???
If you eat cod or haddock you are supporting them, its not your fault, its our stinking gov. Who have dolphin blood on their hands.
Say NO to the trade deal with the Faroes. Support blueseasprotection.org in our fight to Stop this deal where the Uk public are forced to accept eating fish from these dolphin killers #faroes #dolphins #travel #education
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If you know someone who murders and mutilates dolphins for fun, would you support them ??? 
If you eat cod or haddock  you are supporting them, its not your fault, its our  stinking gov. Who have dolphin blood on their hands.
Say NO to the trade deal with the Faroes. Support blueseasprotection.org   in our fight to Stop this deal where the Uk public are forced to accept eating fish from these dolphin killers #FAROES #dolphins #travel #educationImage attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

A winter cold day on the beaches from SANDOWN to FORELANDS Isle of Wight, beach cleaning and Shark lab survey works, we welcome new friends Jonathan, Lindsey, Tracy, Toby, Gary and Vivien, special thanks to everyone who braved the cold to provide essential data for Shark lab.Isle of Wight
#shark lab
#shark
#citizenscience
#marineconservation
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A winter cold day on the beaches from SANDOWN to FORELANDS Isle of Wight, beach cleaning and Shark lab survey works, we welcome new friends   Jonathan, Lindsey, Tracy, Toby, Gary and Vivien, special thanks to everyone who braved the cold to provide essential data for Shark lab.Isle of Wight
#shark lab 
#shark 
#citizenscience 
#marineconservationImage attachmentImage attachment+1Image attachment

Our South coast inshore waters seem poisoned from Hastings to Isle of Wight, in the last 2 years all the kelp beds have died along this coast, masses of lobsters and crabs dead and dying, we ask wheres is Defra and a special investagation???
While conducting a shark lab survey this week in Sandown we found dead lobster. So now that die off has spread to the Island as well.
If you eat these shellfish you could be consuming lethal toxins too. Blueseasprotection.org
#shellfish poisoning
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Our South coast inshore waters seem poisoned from Hastings to Isle of Wight, in the last 2 years all the kelp beds have died along this coast, masses of lobsters and  crabs dead and dying,  we ask wheres is Defra and a special investagation??? 
While conducting a shark lab survey this week in Sandown we found dead lobster. So now that die off has spread to the Island as well.
If you eat these shellfish you could be consuming lethal toxins too. Blueseasprotection.org 
#shellfish poisoningImage attachment

ERE! THE CAPTAIN SAYS these plaice are bit small, no bigger than the size of a key aah! Is this lawfully allowed? ... See MoreSee Less

ERE! THE CAPTAIN SAYS these plaice are bit small, no bigger than the size of a key aah!  Is this lawfully allowed?Image attachment

Morning Ray! ... See MoreSee Less

Morning Ray!

Polar bear trying to defend his land from cruise ship!
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Polar bear trying to defend his land from cruise ship! 
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Enforce 200 mile limit, allow only British boats to fish it, ... See MoreSee Less

This is supported by uk government, we say cancel this trade deal! ... See MoreSee Less

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