Terramar's The Daily Catch

How I Sea – Fred Garth, Editor In Chief At Guy Harvey Magazine

Meet a man with some very captivating stories about fishing, scuba diving, and ocean conservation: Fred Garth. Fred is the Editor-In-Chief at Guy Harvey magazine, and a very avid sport-fisherman himself. You’ve definitely got...

New Study Shows That Small Amounts Of Plastic Can Be Lethal For Sea Turtles

All over the world, sea turtles are swallowing bits of plastic floating in the ocean, mistaking them for tasty jellyfish, or just unable to avoid the debris that surrounds them. Now, a new study...

Lost Narwhal Joins Group Of Beluga Whales – Swimming And Playing With Them

Whale researchers in Quebec’s St Lawrence River are celebrating a remarkable discovery: a juvenile narwhal far from its arctic home, that appears to have been adopted by a band of beluga whales. The narwhal,...

Researchers Show That South Africa Has A Microplastic Problem

The dangers of plastics, and more specifically microplastics, is increasingly grabbing the world’s attention. A growing body of researchshows that plastics and microplastics in the marine environment are having a devastating effect on life in...

Genetic Research Uncovers The Legacy Of Fish Farm Escapees – And The Dire Consequences For Wild Fish

Newfoundland’s great fish jailbreak took place on September 18, 2013, when a damaged sea pen, roiled by currents and tides, discharged 20,000 farmed Atlantic salmon into the frigid freedom of Hermitage Bay. Cooke Aquaculture,...

Good Guys Win: Anti-Whaling Nations Succeed In Blocking Japan’s Attempt To Bring Back Whale Hunts

An attempt to overturn the decades-old global ban on commercial whaling has failed, to the relief of conservationists. Anti-whaling nations defeated by a decisive margin proposals from the Japanese government that would have allowed for the...

Rare Deep Water Footage Of Blue Devil Fish Raises Questions About How Species Are Adapting To Climate Change

Video footage of a rare, protected fish in water almost twice the depth it is thought to inhabit has raised questions about how marine life is responding to climate change and how much we...

In Southern France Thousands Of Tonnes Of Shellfish Have Perished – But There’s Hope That Management Can Stop The Bleeding

For fisherman Jean-Christophe Cabrol, the arrival of la malaïgue in the Thau Lagoon in southern France this August was like watching a wildfire slowly devour an entire forest. Only in this case, the forest was underwater—and...

Researchers Detect The Presence Of Great White Sharks By Using Environmental DNA

A white shark’s acute sense of smell is legendary, allowing it to detect a potential meal several miles away—and giving pause to those of us who work and play in the ocean. But now...

New Study – Atlantic Ocean Warming Is Changing Rain Patterns In The Amazon

Global warming means truly global warming. The atmosphere, the oceans, and the ground are all warming. As a result, ice is melting, seas are rising, storms are getting more severe, and droughts are getting worse. But these things...