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Greece’s Marine Environment Gets New Lease on Life, Scientists Say

Greece's marine life populations have faced a period of revival due to the travel restrictions imposed globally to manage the coronavirus pandemic. Covid-19 restrictions are having visibly positive repercussions on marine life in Greece, as they have brought about not...

Large Pod of 30 Dolphins Spotted Off Limassol, Cyprus

A pod of nearly 30 bottlenose dolphins were spotted in the Mediterranean Sea off Limassol, Cyprus, on Friday. Although the species of dolphin is the most common in the Mediterranean Sea, a pod this large is an uncommon sight in...

Large Pod of Dolphins Spotted Off Greece's Evia Island (video)

A drone video captured a large pod of dolphins feeding on sardines in the Evoikos Gulf earlier in the week. The spectacular video by the company Updrones shows dozens of dolphins riding the Aegean waves as they circle in on...

Spectacular Dolphin Dance in Central Greece (video)

The "Up Drones" team caught on camera a spectacular dolphin show taking place in the blue waters of Theologos, a seaside town in the Fthiotida prefecture in Central Greece. If a picture is worth a thousand words, the video shot...

Certain Aegean Sea Fish on the Brink of Extinction, Experts Warn

Experts from Aegean University warned on Monday that many of the species which live in the waters of the Aegean Sea are in danger of extinction, mainly due to human activity. Speaking with Greece's Kathimerini daily, Stelios Katsanevakis, associate professor...

Turkey Posts Video of Dolphins Swimming Alongside Vessels to Refute Danger

The Turkish military on Tuesday denied accusations from a Greek marine conservation group that its naval exercises have been behind a recent spike in the number of dolphin deaths in Greece. On Tuesday, the military uploaded on Twitter a video...

Increased Dolphin Deaths in Greece Possibly Caused By Turkish Military Exercises

More than fifteen dolphins have been found dead in the Aegean Sea since the end of February, Greece's ''Archipelagos Institute of Marine Conservation'' disclosed recently. The issue has already gone viral around the world, with members of the Institute claiming...

Greek Zoological Park Accused of Mistreating Dolphins

Greek authorities are suing a zoological park in Athens for using its dolphins for entertainment purposes, which is strictly forbidden under Greek law. Environmental inspectors have asked a prosecutor to investigate claims that the Attica Zoological Park mistreats its dolphins...