"There is a risk that new born pups, or even smaller adult seals could be crushed in the panic or abandoned."
Marine biologists continue to hope for technologies that will make human activity in the oceans quieter.
Once they become operational they emit a constant level of sound as they produce renewable energy to power our homes.
By Gwyn Wright via SWNS Elephant seals have a sixth sense that helps them find their way home to give birth. Every year, pregnant female elephant...
A small number of marine predators seem to find enough food to stay healthy for a longer time.
By Mark Waghorn via SWNS Sharks, seahorses, oysters and seals are living in the Thames, according to the first full 'health check' of the iconic river, 64 years...
“This is astonishing, as few other mammals seem capable of that.”