Response increases survival rate among stranded marine mammals

Originally posted on GMA News Online by BERNADETTE A. PARCO   Marine scientists from the University of the Philippines – Diliman found, that despite the alarming increase in the number of marine mammal strandings in the country, there has also been a sharp improvement in the rescue-response to these strandings. According to UP Professors Lemnuel Aragones, continue reading : Response increases survival rate among stranded marine mammals

Strandings confirm diversity in the country’s marine mammals

Originally posted on GMA News Online by BERNADETTE A. PARCO   In the last five years marine scientists from the University of the Philippines – Diliman recorded the highest frequency of strandings in the country – 61 percent or 438 of 713 events recorded in the last 12 years. While these strandings were alarming, they came continue reading : Strandings confirm diversity in the country’s marine mammals

PHL study finds increasing number of marine mammal strandings

Originally posted on GMA News Online by BERNADETTE A. PARCO   There has been an increase in marine mammal-strandings in the country the last 12 years, a study conducted by marine scientists from the University of the Philippines-Diliman found. These strandings involved dolphins, baleen whales, and dugongs that had been found beached along coastal barangays in continue reading : PHL study finds increasing number of marine mammal strandings