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Happy Birthday To Snooty The Manatee

The world’s oldest manatee in captivity, Snooty, just celebrated his 66th birthday last week. Hundreds of people gathered at the South Florida Museum in Bradenton to celebrate his birthday. Museum spokeswoman said that every year that Snooty gets older, the manatee sets a new bar...

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25 July
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Great White Shark Population Steadily Growing

New research suggests that the population of great white sharks off both coasts of the U.S. is growing again after years on the decline because of commercial shark fishing. The findings were based on data stretching back about 200 years, including population surveys, fisherman's logs...

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25 June
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Take The Ocean Conservation Pledge

It is paramount to life as we know the ocean requires our steadfast protection. The sea creates more than half the oxygen we breathe. Over 200 million jobs are also associated with the fishing industry. In addition, billions of people rely on fish daily as their...

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20 June
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Interesting Facts About Great White Sharks

Often revered as the ultimate apex predator of the ocean, Great White Sharks have been the subject of fascination for marine biologists, scientists, explorers and shark week lovers alike. Despite their popularity and preconceived notions, the Great White is rarely seen unless looked for due...

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19 June
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World Oceans Day

June 8th is World Oceans Day. As the slogan says, together we have the power to protect the ocean.   Healthy coastal habitats provide tangible benefits that support local economies on a daily basis. Seagrass meadows are fish factories – the nursery grounds for many species of...

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06 June
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New Golden Bass Species Discovered In The Caribbean

Scientists have discovered a colorful new species of small coral reef sea bass from southern Caribbean.The new species, Liopropoma santi, has predominantly yellow body and fins. The researchers also note that related groups of Liopropoma species have different depth distributions, suggesting that depth may have played...

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29 May
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