We’ve got an animal-filled green news update for you this Thursday morning.
- Manatees, dolphins and pelicans are dying fast and in droves at a Florida estuary. (New York Times)
- Vintage Hawaiian menus point to how much the sea has changed over the years. (MNN)
- The same deadly fungus that has killed millions of bats in the U.S. has made it to England — but are UK bats immune? (BBC News)
- The Georgia Aquarium applied to import 18 beluga whales from Russia, and NOAA has declined the request. (NOAA News)
- Looks like another commonly used chemical could be yet another source of bee colony collapse disorder. (TreeHugger)
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