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A CALL FOR NON-LETHAL HUNTING, by Max Hawthorne

Earth’s seas are not the limitless bounty shark-finners and longliners would have us believe, yet hunting many species to the brink of extinction seems to be an… Read more »

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KILLER WHALES DECLARE WAR ON GREAT WHITE SHARKS?

If you’ve paid attention to the recent reports of numbers of great white sharks prowling off the coast of Southern California beaches, you probably find it curious…. Read more »

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FOR MARA – by Max Hawthorne

Most stars inhabit the heavens, where they light the evening skies. Mine came from Santa Monica, with starlight in her eyes. Born as “just” a Marilyn, she… Read more »

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FLIPPER SIZE in PLESIOSAURS, by Max Hawthorne

You’d think by now that shrink-wrapping marine reptiles like plesiosaurs (painting or modeling them with virtually no meat on their bones, so their skulls, ribs, and even… Read more »

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ON AGING, by Max Hawthorne

A tree stripped of leaves, barren and grey, Withered and gnarled, ever more so each day. A river once mighty, now shallow and still, Meandering down, ever… Read more »

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