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New Killer Sponges Discovered In The Pacific

Sponges are chiefly marine invertebrate animals, characteristically having a porous skeleton composed of fibrous material. Four new species of killer sponges have just been discovered in the Pacific Ocean. These killer sponges are related to the non-synthetic sponges that you are familiar with in your kitchen...

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01 May
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Joan Of Shark Spotted Near Australian Beach

A massive great white shark was spotted last week swimming close to an Australian beach. The female shark, nicknamed "Joan of Shark", is more than 16 feet long and weighs about 1.8 tons. Joan was the largest of her kind to be electronically tagged. Fisheries protection...

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24 April
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Oceans Full Of Trash

The globe's garbage patches in the ocean contain 200 million tons of floating debris. This is based on calculations that 2.5 percent of the world's plastic ends up in the sea. The harm to fish and other sea creatures is increasing due to the rise...

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16 April
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The Last Coral Reef

Coral reefs are long considered the rain forests of the ocean. The Caribbean has lost 80% of its coral cover over the past 50 years. Marine scientists have been looking for methods to protect coral reefs, when it’s deteriorating at an unthinkable speed. But ocean...

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12 April
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Ocean Discovery On Enceladus

An ocean at least as large as Lake Superior lies below a thick layer of ice on Enceladus, the sixth-largest moon of Saturn. The results support earlier signs that this small moon has liquid water. That means Enceladus could be  hospitable to life. Sending a probe...

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10 April
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Crab Robot To Explore The Oceans Depths

The Korean Institute of Ocean Science and Technology developed Crabster CR200, an over half a ton, six-legged, crustacean-inspired robot that is intended for the most dangerous undersea exploration. Today, propeller-driven craft do not work well in fierce tides, and divers are limited to calm, relatively...

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04 April
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Marine Conservation

The ocean covers nearly 70% of the planet and houses thousands of species of plants, animals, and organisms. It is imperative that steps are taken to protect, and preserve our planet's waterways. A recent study shows that less than 2 percent of our global ocean...

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26 March
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