Over a three-day period only 46 sea turtles were found, where normally 250 sea turtles usually swim.
Natural gas exports to Egypt are expected to reach seven billion cubic meters annually over the next decade.
“Combat troops appreciate the importance of preserving nature in the area in which they operate.”
The level of the lake at present is still at 17.7 feet (5.4 meters) below its fullest level.
"By communicating our results to the public, we hope to further enhance public awareness of the actions everyone can take to beat plastic pollution."
The false killer whale has been known to approach and offer fish it has caught to humans diving or boating.
The Border Police and the Nature and Parks Authority this week signed a joint operations agreement to fight crime in the areas of mutual interest to both organizations.
Under the proposal, some 210 acres of agricultural, open space and forest reserve would be re-zoned.
The new sustainable biopolymer technology may one day free the world of its worst pollutant, plastic.
Border Police forces and inspectors of the Israel Nature and National Parks Authority conducted a search of the home of the suspect in Yarka, and found 44 protected partridges slaughtered and packed in a freezer.
The sharks arrive in packs of 20 to 30.
At present, the water level is just 0.21 meters higher than the historic lowest water level ever measured in the Kinneret.
Israeli Scientists Show Tropical Fish Can Control Their Gut Microbes to Survive Extreme Temperatures
"Microbes and their hosts work together in a 'survival of the fittest' as part of the natural selection process."
"We recall the help the U.S. Forest Service provided to us ... in wildfires in Mt. Carmel in 2010 and in the Galilee ... in 2006."
More than 1,300 people are still missing, and at least 79 others have died in the fires that have raged across the state.
Another strong wind event now threatens to fuel the firestorm all the way into Tuesday, according to AccuWeather.
The streams running from the north no longer provide water to the Kinneret, which loses one centimeter (0.4 inch) of water a day to evaporation.