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Great Whatle Feces Key To Oceanic Environment

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A new study from the University of Vermont found great whales play critical roles in the food chain underwater, and greatly affect commercial fisheries, in part, by releasing of vast quantities of feces.   This might sound a bit difficult to imagine and believe, but this is...

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Steps To Improve Conservation Efforts

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Many steps can be taken in order to help improve conservation efforts for our Earth's waterways and oceans. Align priorities between foreign scientists and local communities: Foreign marine scientists sometimes enter small island states with ill-conceived notions of what the research priorities should be. Too often,...

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Plan Revealed To Curb Marine Plastics

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Over half of the materials leaking into the world’s oceans comes from five rapidly-developing countries, namely China, Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam and Thailand. But according to the environmental advocacy group Ocean Conservancy, its four-point plan could cut 65% of the plastic pollution in this region...

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Vampire Crab Origins Found

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A popular species of crab particularly kept as pets, the vampire crab have finally had their species origin figured out. Researchers have traced the vampire crab’s genome back to Southeast Asia where these crab exist in freshwater rivers. The newly described species of crab eosesarma dennerle...

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Sea Sponge Study Benefits Coral Reef

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A study of sea sponges on the Great Barrier Reef was conducted and it’s findings could help to improve the management and sustainability of other coral reefs.   During the study, research was conducted to examine larval production in the early stages of the sea sponge to...

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Stranded Orca Saved

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A juvenile orca made a devastating mistake while hunting sea lions with her pod. Without the help of whale researchers and volunteers on the North Coast of British Columbia, her fate would have been surely sealed. The young orca was discovered stranded on a rocky shoreline,...

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Great White Shark Photobomb Video

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While Great White Sharks may be incapable of taking photos or video, this recent occurrence was quite entertaining for us humans. This video, captured the other day during a shark diving tour in South Africa’s Mossel Bay, showcases researchers engaging a great white shark with...

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