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Study reveals that remote reef with coral hundreds of years old has undergone severe bleaching and ‘decimation.’

Study reveals that remote reef with coral hundreds of years old has undergone severe bleaching and ‘decimation.

School of jacks

Boat noise stops fish finding home

Sunken logs create new worlds for seafloor animals

Sunken logs create new worlds for seafloor animals

The Marine Creatures That Only Live on Land Plants That Have Sunk into the Deep Ocean

Isolated coral reef surprises scientists by healing itself (Photo: N. Thake)

Coral Reefs in Australia Face Highest Risk in 215 Years - High ocean temperatures off the West Australian coast are “unprecedented since at least and pose a significant threat to the state’s coral reefs, scientists say.

Denizlerde Yaşam | Ezberbozan Mecmuası | Mobil Versiyon

Denizlerde Yaşam | Ezberbozan Mecmuası | Mobil Versiyon

Too much helpful algae can be bad for corals

Too much helpful algae can be bad for corals

Fluorescent light revealed as gauge of coral health

Curious gray reef sharks at Kure Atoll in the Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, Hawaii were studied as part of a study published April 25 in the journal Conservation Biology.

Research shows coral reefs worth saving

Research shows coral reefs worth saving

Scientists study a reef off Little Cayman Island for 14 years and find damaged reefs can recover, if left alone.

Boulogne : deux naissances inattendues de bébés requins à Nausicaá

Boulogne : deux naissances inattendues de bébés requins à Nausicaá

Boulogne Sur Mer, Actus, Fish, Baby Shark, Sharks, Men, Pisces

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Salt marshes protect shorelines by reducing waves and erosion

Paleontología y vida prehistórica

Fossil pigments reveal dark coloration of extinct marine reptiles. The leatherback turtle (top) and mosasaur (bottom) have a dark back and light belly, a camouflage pattern, and the ichthyosaur (center) is uniformly dark.

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Brink: saving sea turtles in Mexico - video

Six Things to Know Before Shark Week

Reef sharks, like the grey reef shark pictured here, are thriving in Fiji's protected waters according to a 2013 study - Credit: Stacy Jupiter/WCS

Study of oceans' past raises worries about their future

Study of oceans' past raises worries about their future

Pacific Bluefin Tuna

FOOD WARNING: Faulty Fukushima Reactor Contaminating Pacific Bluefin Tuna (Thunnus orientalis) Pacific Rim Fish are being adversely affected by Nuclear Contamination.

Deep-Sea Vents  The deep-sea vent theory suggests that life may have begun at submarine hydrothermal vents spewing key hydrogen-rich molecules. Their rocky nooks could then have concentrated these molecules together and provided mineral catalysts for critical reactions. Even now, these vents, rich in chemical and thermal energy, sustain vibrant ecosystems

7 Theories on the Origin of Life

Deep-Sea Vent Life Not Living Fossils Becky Oskin, OurAmazingPlanet Staff Writer - Apr 2013

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