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Dead Dolphin Found At Al Dhakira Beach

(MENAFN– Gulf Times)

A team from the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change (MoECC) has made an urgent intervention following a report of the death of a dolphin at Al Dhakira beach, the Ministry said in a series of tweets Friday. The team inspected the body and took the biological measurements of the animal and it found to be of 227cm length and 70cm height, MoECC said.

The animal is identified as a large, old male dolphin, the type of dolphin that is common in the Pacific and Indo-Pacific region. There were no signs on it that indicated it had collided with a ship or stuck in a fishing net. But it was found that the dolphin with a slender body has lost 7 teeth on each side of the jawbone and that indicates that it had died of starvation or old age.
After completing the necessary measurements, the body was buried and the location was recorded so that it could be retrieved in the future.

The Ministry called upon seafarers to report such cases as soon as they were spotted, to take the necessary measures and follow up actions on occurrences related to the marine environment in the State of Qatar.

Last updated: June 03 2022 02:11 PM

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Crypto’s First Generative Formline NFT Project Offers The Ch…

(MENAFN– GetNews)


Whale Hunter will mint a limited supply of 5000 NFTs, after which, one lucky NFT holder will be algorithmically chosen as the ‘whale’. This whale will be airdropped a spear, granting them the title of Whale Hunter, and along with it, 150 ETH (current market value est. $300,000).

The crypto industry has seen turbulent times in recent months. With macroeconomic factors acting as a driving catalyst for this quarter’s downturn, virtually all markets from stocks, to commodities and crypto, have seen a lot of ‘red’.

With that red, comes worry and anticipation of what may transform into a bear market. But it also brings with it an opportunity for savvy crypto enthusiasts, traders, and NFT collectors o reap significant rewards.

In any market, pockets of opportunity lay in wait, with many projects seeing ‘green’ as they pave the way for new innovations regarding yield, utility, and technology.

One such project is Whale Hunter , the first-ever generative formline NFT project.

Presented By 8Fathoms – the first generative formline NFT project native to Ethereum

Formline art is a centuries-old art form adopted by cultures throughout North America and other parts of the world. This project represents the first-ever formline NFT art project native to the Ethereum blockchain. Each NFT is artfully crafted by a member of the First Nations, creating authentic art forms that embody the spirit and energy of cultures from around the world.

Becoming the Whale: One Lucky Spearholder will be Granted 150 ETH

Draw the spear, become the whale, get 150 ETH



Whale Hunter will mint a limited supply of 5000 NFTs, after which, one lucky NFT holder will be algorithmically chosen as the ‘whale’. This whale will be airdropped a spear, granting them the title of Whale Hunter, and along with it, 150 ETH (current market value est. $300,000).

How Does Someone Become a ‘Whale’

When all 5000 paddles have been minted, a whale is captured to ‘feed’ the people (those holding a paddle). The airdropped spear that kills the whale is transformed, and a new type of ‘whale’ is born, one that is now 150 ETH richer. Each minted NFT represents an opportunity to become the ‘chosen’ one, the spear holder, the hunter, the ‘whale’.

Altruistic Roots: Saving the wild salmon

More than the chance to become a whale, supporters of this project will be contributing to a cause near and dear to the hearts of many: saving the wild Canadian salmon.

Wild salmon are the lifeblood of the B.C. coast, representing a pillar of a complex ecosystem that supports countless species of wildlife. From bears and wolves, to sea lions and eagles, if the wild salmon’s population collapses, so does much of the majesty and beauty of nature enjoyed by countless individuals across North America.

Once 5000 NFTs have been minted, Whale Hunter will donate 150 ETH to salmon enhancement efforts on traditional Kwakawaka’wakw territory on Vancouver Island, BC.

About Whale Hunter NFT

Whale Hunter is the first-ever generative formline art NFT on the Ethereum blockchain. Paying homage to ancient artforms and the first peoples of North America, this NFT features traditional symbolism, weaving northwest coastal culture into each unique piece of art.

A core goal of this project is to bring long-term benefit to the planet at large, giving back to sustainable environmental efforts, namely protecting wild salmon.

About 8Fathoms



8Fathoms is the parent company behind Whale Hunter, headed by a team of crypto enthusiasts, each of whom possesses specialized expertise across a wide range of verticals and industries.

Built on a foundation of transparency, innovation, and a desire to push the boundaries of what’s possible with Web3, 8Fathoms is a visionary organization set to propel the crypto industry into its next chapter.

With a proven track record of successful projects, the team behind 8Fathoms is developing an ecosystem that further supports its mission of delivering high-yield, high-impact opportunities to the crypto community.

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