A swing and a miss by this blue-eared kingfisher aiming for food. While it may be a staged photo in an aquarium, it gives us a glimpse into the lightning fast aquatic dive of this fascinating bird.
A red-toothed Triggerfish that has vampire-like fangs. Triggerfish can mostly be found in tropical and subtropical oceans, and can actually change color according to mood.
Recent scientific research suggests that it’s important celebrate our environmental success in order to motivate further evidence-based action! That’s why this week on The Biofriendly Podcast we acknowledge some of the positive stories about protecting our oceans, why we should make a TV show called Fish Police, and does Noel speak fluent whale?
The underside of this Sawfish looks a bit like Roz from Monster’s Inc. and she wants to file a complaint.
In previous episodes of The Biofriendly Podcast, Noel and Jacob dug their way into the problem of soil erosion and over-farming, but what happens when food cultivation goes underwater? This week we captain our environmental ship into ocean farming waters to learn how to dance the Gracilaria and maybe, just maybe… discover the chocolate of the sea.
As we continue to fight the good fight to save our planet, Noel and Jacob stop for a minute to evaluate some environmental challenges from bee colony collapse disorder to jellyfish blackouts that might be caused by something other than climate change.
People have been eating fish for their protein and nutrition for thousands of years. However, some marine creatures can contain pesticides and other contaminants, negatively affecting the human body. The demand for fish has also had a significant impact on ecosystems everywhere. Overfishing and fish farming have disrupted the food chain and depleted fish populations. […]
Today’s Biofriendly Image of the Day goes to this weedy filefish. Hanging out down near the plants along the ocean floor, this yellow fish almost looks like it could be waving hello. Hi, little fishy!! Whatever it’s doing, it’s a simple reminder of just one of the many reasons we need to do whatever we […]
The Great Barrier Reef is just one of countless places on this planet in need of protection. Such a beautiful area and, what is broadly considered to be, one of the natural wonders of the world.
Now that’s definitely a cute way to encourage people to keep the beaches free of cigarette butts. We don’t want the fish to be addicted to smoking either. We’d rather have our oceans and sea life free of cigarettes, cans, straws, bottles and other plastic pollution. Happy fish, happy people, happy planet! That’s why this […]