There’s nothing new about this killer can-eating fish that has gone viral in the past few days. It’s called the puffer fish and it’s been there for the past 10 years or more in Lebanon. In fact, Saida fishermen exhibited tens of these fish back in 2008 in order to warn the residents of eating them as they are highly poisonous.
I wonder if there’s any strategy set to keep this fish away from our shores.
The news are saying the bat was hurt but I don’t know if they took care of him or not.
A group of scuba-divers and spear-fishermen spotted dolphins while diving the other day and filmed them. That’s the first time someone actually spots them in Beirut films them underwater. Pretty cool!
Check out the video [Here].
Picture taken by Marise Lteif via Annahar.
We know for a fact that there are dolphins (even whales) in our sea but that’s the first time I see such a nice capture of a dolphin. I tried googling the image and it’s authentic as far as I can tell.
It’s not an open season for hunting and he’s killing illegal birds. Full story [Here].
I don’t know if I misheard, but someone on board wants to cross over the whale for some reason. Why is that?
This is not the first whale encounter in Lebanon. Some people even spotted dolphins a couple of years back near Tabarja.
800kg Shark Killed off the Mina Coast Of Tripoli a month ago
A fisherman from Tyre caught a 90Kg shark on Tuesday and sold it to a restaurant for $450. That makes it 3 or 4 sharks killed last month and yet nothing’s being done to raise awareness on that matter.
We are not even sure if the sharks are dangerous to humans or not. We just hear that they were killed and thrown away or sold which is wrong by all means.
Beirut’s River Crocodile was flown a week ago and made it the UK today! He is now under the supervision of a team of specialists at Crocodiles of the World Conservation and Education Center!
Animals Lebanon with the help of MEA and Sukleen made that happen.
Someone needs to put an end to this reckless fishing in Lebanon. Not all sharks are dangerous to human and we shouldn’t kill the first shark we spot.
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This is just too much!