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Coral Reef Crocodile Exploration In Cuba

The National Geographic Young Explorers recently ventured on an excursion to explore Cuba’s Coral Reef systems. With cameras mounted on her submersible, Erkia Bergman set out on her journey and captured some amazing imagery along the way. The particular reef that she explored was noted...

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12 March
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Tracking Great White Shark Lydia

Tagged last year in Jacksonville by the Ocearch research group, the Great White Shark that was named Lydia has embarked on quite the journey. While tracking the shark this year, they have reported it to now be 300 miles off of the Azores, which is...

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06 March
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DNA Discovery Reveals Dolphin Origins

A recent DNA discovery has yield the surprising origins of the Clymene Dolphin Species. The Clymene dolphin, also known as the “short-snouted spinner dolphin” grows to a length of 7 feet and lives in the deep tropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean. These dolphins primarily...

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07 February
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Coral Reef Expanding In Acidic Waters

The growing acidity of the world's oceans is a worrying threat to coral reefs, but researchers at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) were recently surprised to find a healthy, expansive coral reef ecosystem in the western Pacific islands of Palau thriving in acidity levels...

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01 February
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3 New Fish Species Discovered

Researchers from Colombian National University along with researchers from Quindio University found three fish species which were unknown to date. The new species were named as: Hemibrycon fasciatus, Hemibrycon cardalensis and Hemibrycon antioquiae. They are small (no bigger than 8-9 cm) and not considered good for...

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10 January
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