Sol y Mar Magazine Edición 74 julio-agosto 2022

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Contenido Content 8 An African Photo Essay 76 A trip to Dominica to swim with the sperm whales. 116 El fascinante mundo de las Esponjas 130 The Vultures I have encountered. 162 Corona Virus Q & A

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An African Photo Essay By Dr. Martin Aróstegui

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ver the years I had the opportunity to visit Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa and Zambia. All of my visits were to participate in safaris with family and friends. We walked among wild elephants, visited many Maasai villages, witnessed a pride of lions taking down a wildebeest and had many other great nature related experiences. We visited many national parks and had great opportunities to witness nature at its very best. Wildlife in Africa is at a crossroads. Many animals such as elephants, lions, cheetahs and leopards are diminishing in numbers due to poaching, loss of habitat and conflicts with nearby human populations. The challenge to save these animals requires great efforts by everyone, including us who live far away but can still contribute to African wildlife conservation. This photo essay is a tribute to Africa’s people and wildlife.

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Un ensayo fotográfico africano Por Dr. Martin Aróstegui

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lo largo de los años tuve la oportunidad de visitar Kenia, Tanzania, Sudáfrica y Zambia. Todas mis visitas fueron para participar en safaris con familiares y amigos. Caminamos entre elefantes salvajes, visitamos muchas aldeas maasai, fuimos testigos de una manada de leones derribando a un ñu y tuvimos muchas otras experiencias maravillosas relacionadas con la naturaleza. Visitamos muchos parques nacionales y tuvimos grandes oportunidades de presenciar la naturaleza en su máxima expresión. La vida silvestre en África se encuentra en una encrucijada. Muchos animales como elefantes, leones, guepardos y leopardos están disminuyendo en número debido a la caza furtiva, la pérdida de hábitat y los conflictos con las poblaciones humanas cercanas. El desafío de salvar a estos animales requiere grandes esfuerzos por parte de todos, incluidos nosotros que vivimos lejos, pero aún podemos contribuir a la conservación de la vida silvestre africana. Este ensayo fotográfico es un tributo a la gente y la vida silvestre de África.

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A Trip to Dominica to Swim with the Sperm Whales By Pat Ford

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ust got back from Dominica…interesting trip…a bit of a disaster, but interesting. Dominica is basically a bunch of mountains rising out of the ocean, They are lush green…covered by dense jungles. There are lots of fresh water streams coming out of the mountains creating numerous waterfalls. There are eves several species of fresh water fish in the streams, but all minnow sized. One afternoon we took a tour of the mountain parks and found some exotic parrots that didn’t stick around for photos, but did get some shots of tiny hummingbirds.

I was with Eli Martinez of Shark Diver Magazine Adventures who had put together a photo tour for us. Tourists need a permit to swim with and photograph sperm whales and all such activities are strictly monitored. We were hoping to encounter some off the 200 sperm whales which hang out along the west side of the island. There are two dive boats that cater to photographers looking for whales…we were with Dive Dominica. The guides use sonar equipment to locate the clicking sounds that the whales make. Sperm whales can stay submerged for over an hour so the idea is to locate the whales, go to the area of the clicks and wait for them to surface. It was a good plan, but the whales didn’t show up. We found a pod of pilot whales the first day and had some fun swimming with them. Pilot whales actually kill and devour sperm whale calfs so seeing pilots is not a good omen for finding sperms. Day 2 we found some subtropical spotted dolphins which were much smaller than our local dolphins and are a bit misnamed because they didn’t have any spots that I could see. Day 3 we found another pod of pilot whales but the water had so much scatter in it that the photos were all horrible. Day 4 was a boat ride and the high point was talking with a local commercial fisherman that had just landed a 250 lb blue marlin on a 76

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handline. As far as I could discover, there are no sport fishing operations on Dominica, but a good number of marlin, tuna, wahoo and mahi. On day 5 we found another pod of false killer whales that looked like giant black dolphins. That was the good news...the bad news was that a latch on my underwater camera housing wasn’t secure and when I jumped in the housing flooded, destroying my Canon 5D Mark lV. My bad luck just kept getting worse. I still had a GoPro, but on the last day we saw absolutely nothing and didn’t even get in the water even once. We did hear some sperm whale clicks on the sonar, but they were deep and moving fast and we never saw them on the surface. Evidently all the sperm whale families were on a walkabout. Our captain said that at the end of our trip that he had not spotted a sperm whale in 12 consecutive days. Oh well….there’s always next.

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Our sightseeing trip to the mountains led us to a freshwater land crab that tried to kill my buddy Eli

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Commercial fisherman with a 250 lb blue marlin caufgt on a handline

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Guised a submersible sonar device to listen for the clicks the whales make...they are different from the sounds of pilot whales and dolphins. The system has a 3 mile range.

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saying goodbye to Dominica....no sperm whales this trip, maybe next time

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Permits are required for chasing whales and are very hard to come by.

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The view each evening from the hotel

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El fascinante mundo de las esponjas Por Olegario R. Fotos Pat Ford y Cortesía NOAA

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n todo el planeta se conocen cerca de 5,000 especies de esponjas de distintas formas desde incrustantes, perforantes, masivas, ramosas y laminares, hasta tubulares, de copa, de jarrón, de maza; mientras que sus colores abarcan toda la gama del arcoiris e incluyen el blanco, negro y pardo. Pueden ser consideradas de consistencia gelatinosa, esponjosa, quebradiza, elástica y dura como la roca. Los miembros del phylum dorífera, genero al cual pertenecen las esponjas, han persistido como elementos principales de la fauna bentonita desde el periodo cambriano hasta el presente, con pocos cambios y diversificación en su patrón anatómico básico y en su papel como filtradores muy eficientes de alimentos. Parece ser que las esponjas dominaron en los arrecifes fueron por lo menos abundantes en otros lugares durante el paleozoico. En la actualidad, las esponjas constituyen el grupo dominante en las plataformas marinas polares y comunidades de arrecifes, así como un elemento importante en la fauna abisal (de grandes profundidades), de los taludes y plataformas de los mares templados. Si consideramos la biomasa (peso de la materia viva) de la comunidad de arrecifes, sobre todo a mas de 6 metros de profundidad, las esponjas quedan en el primer lugar de la comunidad, teniendo en cuenta que, a pesar de que los corales alcanzan gran peso y tamaño, un elevadísimo porcentaje de la masa de estos lo constituye su esqueleto calcáreo, sin vida. Las esponjas sirven de protección a infinidad de variados organismos que habitan en sus canales, como crustáceos, anélidos, nematodos, equinodermos y peces. Asimismo, las esponjas establecen otros diversos tipos de asociaciones biológicas como simbiosis con algas; comensalismo con crustáceos y corales; desnutrición de esqueletos de conchas de moluscos y corales.

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Estudios bioquímicos de los extractos de las esponjas han mostrado poseer actividades biológicas de importancia farmacológica: antiviral, antimicrobial y anticancerosa, lo que promete la utilización de las esponjas en la medina del futuro. El efecto del oleaje destruye a las especies de consistencias más frágiles o moviendo masas de arena que las cubren y asfixian, así como la intensidad de las corrientes que, cuando son muy lentas no traen la cantidad suficiente de alimento; o cuando son muy rápidas destruyen a algunas especies o las cubren de sedimentos. Las esponjas son muy sensibles a la salinidad y a la contaminación. Por eso a mayor profundidad se encuentren alejadas del oleaje de la superficie marina, las esponjas disfrutan de estabilidad ambiental, pueden alcanzar una gran longevidad. Del fascinante mundo de las esponjas nos queda todavía mucho por explorar en un paraje lleno de sorpresas y aventuras.

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The Vultures I Have Encountered By Dr. Martin Aróstegui

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very year I know that winter is coming by the arrival of thousands of black and turkey vultures in South Florida. These birds soar through the air in magnificent flight. I do admit that the vultures are not beautiful birds when you look at them close up. Vultures are quite distinguishable by having no feathers on their heads. Turkey vultures have red heads while black vultures have black heads. Vultures actually play a very important role in nature. They are scavengers that eat dead animals and in doing so clean up the environment in a very important way. Without their handy work our communities would have many rotting carcasses that could spread disease. This has already happened in other countries where vulture populations were depleted. During my visits to Africa, I noticed that you could tell where there was a killed animal by the vultures circling overhead. As soon as the predators had their fill of the carcass the vultures would fly to the kill and dispose of the remaining parts, leaving only bare bones. Observing vulture behavior during a kill is actually fascinating. The dominant ones will fight for the right to eat first. African vultures are threatened by poisoning and people killing them for their parts to sell in illegal trade and potions made by witch doctors. Years ago, I had the opportunity to observe a large King vulture while fishing in the Amazon. I have included a photo of this magnificent South American scavenger in this photo essay. Please remember that vultures are our friends and clean up the environment for us. Let’s protect them.

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Los buitres que he encontrado Por Dr. Martin Aróstegui

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odos los años sé que se acerca el invierno por la llegada de miles de buitres negros y pavos al sur de la Florida. Estas aves se elevan por los aires en un magnífico vuelo. Admito que los buitres no son pájaros hermosos cuando los miras de cerca. Los buitres se distinguen bastante por no tener plumas en la cabeza. Los buitres de pavo tienen cabezas rojas, mientras que los buitres negros tienen cabezas negras. Los buitres en realidad juegan un papel muy importante en la naturaleza. Son carroñeros que comen animales muertos y al hacerlo limpian el medio ambiente de una manera muy importante. Sin su trabajo práctico, nuestras comunidades tendrían muchos cadáveres de animales en descomposición que podrían propagar enfermedades. Esto ya ha sucedido en otros países, donde se agotaron las poblaciones de buitres. Durante mis visitas a África, me di cuenta de que se podía saber dónde había un animal muerto por los buitres que volaban en círculos. Tan pronto como los depredadores se hartaban del cadáver, los buitres volaban al lugar y se deshacían de las partes restantes, dejando solo huesos desnudos. Observar el comportamiento de los buitres, durante una matanza es realmente fascinante. Los dominantes lucharán por el derecho a comer primero. Los buitres africanos están amenazados por el envenenamiento y la gente los mata para usar sus partes para venderlas en el comercio ilegal y para hacer pociones elaboradas por hechiceros. Hace años tuve la oportunidad de observar un gran buitre rey, mientras pescaba en el Amazonas. He incluido una foto de este magnífico carroñero sudamericano en este ensayo fotográfico. Recuerde que los buitres son nuestros amigos y limpian el medio ambiente. Protejámoslos. 140

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Corona Virus Questions and Answers

By Dr. Martin Aróstegui

What is the current status of the corona virus pandemic in the United States? Early summer saw the number of deaths due to covid-19 infections reach one million persons. This is the highest number of deaths from any country. The greatest number of victims have been the elderly, persons with preexisting conditions, persons with immunocompromised status and unvaccinated persons. The virus has affected all age groups including children. As of this date, more than 400 children have died from covid-19 infection and 200 of those have been younger than 5 years of age. As of the end of June we are seeing more than 90,000 cases per day, close to 30,000 persons are hospitalized with covid-19 and more than 250 persons are dying on a daily basis. This pandemic is NOT over yet. What recommendations do you have for the groups of people that you indicated are more vulnerable to severe disease and death? I highly recommend that everyone get full vaccinations and boosters. Vaccines have been proven to prevent severe disease and death from covid-19. I also recommend that vulnerable persons wear a good mask when visiting indoor establishments and other places that may be attended by large groups of people. Avoid large gatherings even if outdoors. 160

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Go to restaurants that have outdoor seating. If attending large family gatherings, ask that everyone test themselves with a home covid test before arriving. Vaccines have been finally approved for children 6 months to 5 years of age. Do you recommend that children be vaccinated? Most experts recommend that children be vaccinated and I agree with these recommendations. The best course of action is to consult with your trusted pediatrician or medical provider regarding specific recommendations for your child.

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Preguntas y respuestas sobre el Corona Virus

Por Dr. Martin Aróstegui

¿Cuál es el estado actual de la pandemia del coronavirus en los Estados Unidos? A principios del verano, el número de muertes por infecciones de covid-19 alcanzó el millón de personas. Este es el mayor número de muertes de cualquier país. El mayor número de víctimas han sido personas de la tercera edad, personas con condiciones preexistentes, personas con estado inmunocomprometido y personas no vacunadas. El virus ha afectado a todos los grupos de edad, incluidos los niños. Hasta la fecha, más de 400 niños han muerto a causa de la infección por covid-19 y 200 de ellos tenian menos de 5 años. A fines de junio, estamos viendo más de 90,000 casos por día, cerca de 30,000 personas están hospitalizadas con covid-19 y más de 250 personas mueren diariamente. Esta pandemia aún NO ha terminado. ¿Qué recomendaciones tiene para los grupos de personas que indicó que son más vulnerables a enfermedades graves y muerte? Recomiendo encarecidamente que todos reciban vacunas completas y refuerzos. Se ha demostrado que las vacunas previenen enfermedades graves y la muerte por covid-19. También recomiendo que las personas vulnerables usen una buena 162

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mascarilla cuando visiten establecimientos cerrados y otros lugares a los que puedan asistir grandes grupos de personas. Evite las reuniones grandes, incluso si están al aire libre. Vaya a restaurantes que tengan mesas al aire libre. Si asiste a grandes reuniones familiares, pida que todos se hagan una prueba de covid en casa antes de llegar. Las vacunas han sido finalmente aprobadas para niños de 6 meses a 5 años de edad. ¿Recomienda que los niños se vacunen? La mayoría de los expertos recomiendan que los niños sean vacunados y estoy de acuerdo con estas recomendaciones. El mejor curso de acción es consultar con su pediatra o proveedor médico de confianza sobre recomendaciones específicas para su hijo.

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Back Cover/Contraportada: Dr. Martin Aróstegui

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