Müll. Was ist das überhaupt? Wann hört etwas auf wertvoll zu sein und wann fängt es an, Müll zu werden? Wir waren am 7. September mit Kanus unterwegs, das Hamburger Wetter zeigte sich von seinen besten Seiten (Sonne und Regen) und die Stimmung in den Booten war...
War games conducted by the Canadian Navy may be to blame for the death of a killer whale that washed ashore on the southern Washington coast in February.
The U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service is investigating the death of the L-pod whale designated L112 — also known both as Sooke and Little Victoria. She was first spotted in January 2009 off the Victoria waterfront.
„This poor little whale didn’t do anything except swim in the wrong area at the wrong time,“ said Ken Balcomb of the Center for Whale Research at Friday Harbor.
Balcomb said the postmortem examination showed the whale did not die of natural causes.
The cause was most likely „a pressure-type trauma, probably from an explosion, a nearby, huge pressure field that almost instantly killed this little whale,“ he said.