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Giant Oarfish Washes Up On Shore

For 2nd time in a week, last week the carcass of a 'sea serpent' attracts attention on Southern California beach. This time the 14-foot rare, snakelike oarfish was washed up in Oceanside, CA. Researchers from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration retrieved the carcass, which was...

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24 October
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Understanding Great White Sharks

Great white sharks are oftentimes viewed as a legend of sea, but here will always be much to learn about Great White sharks. Recently, scientists have been following migration patterns and have noticed an influx of Great White sharks moving inward towards coastal waterways. They have...

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17 October
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Great White Sharks Seen Devouring Whale

Tourists visiting one California nature reserve witnessed an unusual and spectacular sight. Several sharks -- both Great Whites and Blue -- were spotted eating a Minke Whale carcass floating in the Santa Barbara Channel between Ventura and the Channel Islands National Park. The island chain is...

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09 October
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New Species of Shark Discovered

A new species of shark has been discovered in waters off a remote Indonesian island. The newly discovered shark, officially called Hemiscyllium halamhera, is a new species of epaulet, or “walking shark”, characterized by its method of foraging for smaller fish and crustaceans using its pectoral...

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05 October
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Dive Legend Promotes Oceanic Conservation

Diving pioneer Dan Orr was in Cayman this month filming a series of public service announcements aimed at raising awareness of diver safety and marine conservation among residents and visitors. It is important to continually remind divers about safety, such as to have a regular physical,...

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28 September
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Half of all coral reef lost in past 50 years

An estimated 50 percent of coral reefs worldwide have been lost in the past 50 years, with 75 percent of coral reefs today threatened by overfishing, pollution, unsustainable coastal development, ocean acidification, and ocean warming. Many countries did not have the resources required to regularly...

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26 September
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Blue Groups are Refusing Oil Money

Many marine conservation groups have been pledging not to accept sponsorship money from the fossil fuel industry. Youth leaders and activists among them brought the divestment campaign on university campus. Recently, across the nation thousands of college students have joined the force, campaigning to get...

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21 September
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