Tag: Mediterranean Sea

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Rare species found off Lebanon coast could trigger conservation efforts

According to a video posted on Thursday by the New Scientist, several species that are normally not found in the Mediterranean Sea, were spotted off the Lebanese coast. The video, which highlights the findings of Oceana’s first deep-sea mission in the eastern Mediterranean, says the recent discovery could help trigger

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The dolphin deaths and why we are all responsible

Over the weekend social media was set ablaze after the photos of a dead dolphin, which was discovered on Tabarja beach, north of Beirut, were published on APAF, a local animal rescue group’s Facebook page. Animals Pride and Freedom (APAF) said the marine mammal was found killed overnight Saturday in

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On Ludovico Einaudi’s song for the Arctic, and the connection to Beirut

  In a video released a day ahead of World Music Day, which falls on Tuesday, internationally acclaimed Italian musician and composer Ludovico Einaudi is seen performing a specially composed piece entitled Elegy of the Arctic on a specially constructed ‘iceberg’ within 100m of a crumbling glacier. The performance that took

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