Gulf sex

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The Crime Branch team investigating the sex racket, in which young girls were taken to the Gulf, received information that about 12 girls were transported with the assistance of Kochi airport officials by forging the passports. The investigating team took statements from the girl who had escaped the racketeers after she was taken to Dubai via Muscat. A passport belonging to a woman in Kattapana was forged for the purpose. There were girls from other countries also. She was taken to an isolated place in Dubai. The key accused in the case are in Dubai and the racket is being run by several Indian agents, including Keralites, with the aid of a few Dubai officials.

Sexual selection on female ornaments in the sex-role-reversed Gulf pipefish (Syngnathus scovelli)

Sexual selection on female ornaments in the sex-role-reversed Gulf pipefish (Syngnathus scovelli)

Cairo: The Saudi government has approved a legal amendment to an anti-sexual harassment law allowing naming and shaming offenders in public, according to local media. The amendment allows publishing details of a final ruling against harassers in media, a step aimed at deterring would-be offenders. In , Saudi Arabia started enforcing an anti-harassment system including jail terms and hefty fines against people convicted of sex offences. In , Saudi Arabia approved a law criminalising sexual harassment, making the act punishable by up to five years in prison and a maximum fine of SR, The state Saudi Human Rights Commission has defined harassment as every verbal expression, deed or motion carrying sexual insinuations made by a person towards another referring to the body and honour or harming modesty in any way including modern technology methods.

Defining Sex-Specific Habitat Suitability for a Northern Gulf of Mexico Shark Assemblage

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Given the importance of understanding spatiotemporal patterns in the distribution of coastal shark assemblages, we sought to quantify sex-specific abiotic factors that influence seasonal variation in a coastal shark assemblage using data from a long-term fisheries-independent bottom longline program in the northern Gulf of Mexico. Data were analyzed using boosted regression trees BRT to describe the relationships between catch data and environmental factors potentially influencing sex-specific species distribution and abundance. Between May and November , we conducted 1, bottom longline sets and caught 13, individuals encompassing 67 species. Two species from each of the following three categories were selected for further analyses: small coastal sharks Atlantic sharpnose shark Rhizoprionodon terraenovae and blacknose shark Carcharhinus acronotus , large coastal sharks blacktip shark C. Depth and distance from shore were the strongest predictors of distribution and relative abundance, followed by longitude and bottom salinity; other factors e.