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Ghost Island In The Indian Ocean Has Been Reclaimed By Its Rightful Owner: Nature

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Ghost Island In The Indian Ocean Has Been Reclaimed By Its Rightful Owner: Nature

Source: BBC News/Neelima Vallangi - March 12, 2018

India’s idyllic islands
Situated in the Bay of Bengal, India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands are an isolated group of 572 tropical islands, of which only 38 are currently inhabited. Nautically located closer to South East Asia than India, they are known for stunning beaches, thriving marine life, rich coral reefs and largely undisturbed primary forests. more…

Ghost Island In The Indian Ocean Has Been Reclaimed By Its Rightful Owner: Nature

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Ghost Island In The Indian Ocean Has Been Reclaimed By Its Rightful Owner: Nature

Source: BBC News/Neelima Vallangi - March 12, 2018

India’s idyllic islands
Situated in the Bay of Bengal, India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands are an isolated group of 572 tropical islands, of which only more…

Melting Glaciers Do More Than Just Raise Sea Levels, They Also Carry Surprising Cargo

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Melting Glaciers Do More Than Just Raise Sea Levels, They Also Carry Surprising Cargo

Source: Hakai Magazine/Amorina Kingdon - March 12, 2018

Novels and blockbuster movies that tackle climate change gravitate toward the dramatic, especially when it comes to melting ice. In these stories, mountainous glaciers crumble more…

By The Year 2300, Global Fisheries Will Be 20% Less Productive

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By The Year 2300, Global Fisheries Will Be 20% Less Productive

Source: Phys.org/UC Irvine - March 12, 2018

University of California, Irvine scientists expect the world's fisheries to be, on average, 20 percent less productive in the year 2300, with those in the more…

North Atlantic Right Whale

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North Atlantic Right Whale

Source: One Species at a Time/Ari Daniel - March 12, 2018

The North Atlantic Right Whale is currently one of the rarest large whales in the world, having been drastically reduced to critically low numbers by more…

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What’s The Point? 5 Reasons Why Ocean Conservation Needs Hope

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What’s The Point? 5 Reasons Why Ocean Conservation Needs Hope

Source: The TerraMar Project - February 28, 2018

This goes out to everyone connected to the sea: the surfers, scientists, fishermen, divers, and concerned citizens around the world.
To the people who understand more…

Carnivorous Fish Farming Destroying Marine Ecosystems

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Carnivorous Fish Farming Destroying Marine Ecosystems

Source: QuaterNatura/Walter Dufour - February 26, 2018

Carnivorous fish farming is the industrial raising of carnivorous marine species in enclosures or tanks, most often for human consumption.

The harmful effects of fish more…

Climoji: The Social Media Tool Changing The Way We Communicate About Ocean Conservation

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Climoji: The Social Media Tool Changing The Way We Communicate About Ocean Conservation

Source: The TerraMar Project - January 19, 2018

People use Emoji’s every day while communicating with friends, family, and co-workers. It’s really become such a mainstream way for people to express their feelings.
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