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Stranded Whales Off Florida’s Everglades

Last week 51 pilot whales were stranded on the edge of Everglades National Park. Twenty-two of those whales are confirmed dead. Scientists are performing necropsies to find out the cause. The only commonality so far is that all the dead adult whales are female. Some whales...

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14 December
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Misunderstood Great White Sharks

Two shark attacks were reported in Australia this week. Debate has begun once again about how to best protect recreational users of the ocean from the possibility of a shark bite. William Winram, a free-diving world champion and Great White Shark Ambassador, said getting to...

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06 December
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Great Barrier Reefs Destruction Inevitable

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef is the world’s largest structure made by living creatures. Among the world’s most biologically rich places, it contains over 2,500 individual coral reefs and around 400 different coral species. It is home to more than 1,500 fish, 4,000 mollusks, 240 birds,...

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20 November
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Jellyfish Activity Rising

Popular beach resorts around the world are seeing huge increases in jellyfish activity. The French and Spanish Rivieras, Chesapeake Bay, the Great Barrier Reef, and Hawaii;some of the numbers are staggering. In Hawaii there have been times that 800 or 1,000 people have been stung...

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16 November
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New species of dolphin discovered in Australia

Researchers have discovered a new species of humpback dolphin living off the northern coast of Australia. Only two species—the Atlantic humpback dolphin and the Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin have been recognized prior to this. In some ways, this species is new to science, but in other ways,...

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14 November
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Earths Oceans Are Warming Faster

In recent years, global greenhouse gas emissions had kept rising—hitting an all-time record in 2012. Yet even though the carbon concentration in the atmosphere gradually increased, the planet’s average surface temperatures have remained pretty much the same over the past 15 years. Where’s the heat? Try the...

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09 November
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Giant Fish Discovered in Brazil

Arapaimas, the world’s largest freshwater fish, live in tropical South America, especially Brazil and Guyana. They can grow up to 10 feet long and weigh 440 pounds. They breathe air through a primitive lung, and tend to live in oxygen-poor backwaters. Arapaimas have long been...

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07 November
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