Author Archives: Natalie Sanders

Mass mortality event of Black Sea Harbour Porpoises

TweetThe subspecies Phocoena phocoena relicta is endemic to the Black Sea and whilst the total population size and trend are unknown, the subspecies is red-listed as Endangered. In recent months, unusually large numbers of neonates and juveniles have washed up … Continue reading

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Collaboration on humpback dolphin (Sousa plumbea) research and conservation in South and East Africa

TweetHumpback dolphins in the Indian Ocean were recently recognised as a distinct species (Sousa plumbea) that occurs in coastal waters from South Africa to India (link to earlier news article).  The species occurs in very near-shore habitat, generally in water … Continue reading

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A tribute to the late Natalie Goodall and her museum at the end of the world

TweetPeter Thomas at the Marine Mammal Commission kindly forwarded the following link, which we thought would be of interest to CSG members https://www.hakaimagazine.com/article-long/museum-end-world. Natalie was long active in the CSG, and many of you knew her and visited the unique … Continue reading

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