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"I am endlessly amazed by wild animals, and have infinite patience when it comes to looking for or observing them . . .

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Pollution may be keeping invasive fish out of Great Lakes

Since their accidental release in North America in the 1970s, silver carp have expanded their range in the Mississippi River Basin and have been moving northwards towards Lake Michigan.

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X-Ray Mag #93

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Split spawning can give coral reefs a second chance

When investigating whether corals that split their spawning over multiple months are more successful at spreading their offspring across different reefs, researchers discovered that split spawning can indeed improve the coral reef's resilience.

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Blue sharks ride the waves to get fed

The scientists, whose findings were published in the journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, moni­tored over a dozen blue sharks, which they tagged off the northeastern coast of the United States, for nine month.

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British submarine found after 101 years

Using a 3D multibeam scanner, researchers from the Sea War Museum Jutland have discovered a century-old British submarine which sank off the northern coast of Denmark in 1918.

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Lembeh & Bangka: Expect the Unexpected

As we watched, the cuttlefish disappeared under a discarded coconut shell and reappeared. Opo motioned to me that it was laying eggs.

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Temperature within turtle eggs can affect hatchlings' gender

A new study has revealed that while still in their shells, turtle embryos sometimes can influence their own gender.

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Higher temperatures benefit blue crabs of Chesapeake Bay

Apparently, the warmer temperatures doesn’t spell bad news for all of Earth’s creatures. For the blue crabs of Chesapeake Bay, it likely will bring about longer and more productive seasons for the crustacean.

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How Big is Tech Really?

Know your customer

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Older sharks are more flexible than young ones

Nurse sharks are a typically inshore bottom-dwelling species.

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Marine seismic testing harmful to lobsters too

It's a known fact that marine seismic testing, which involves loud sounds, adversely affects the hearing of fish and marine mammals like dolphins and whales. But what about other creatures like lobsters?

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French submarine that vanished in 1968 located in Mediterranean

France's defence Minister Florence Parly announced a new search for Minerve at the beginning of 2019, backed by the latest technology and naval vessels, following fresh demands from the families of deceased sailors to find the remains of their lov

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WDHOF is calling for outstanding female diver nominations

If you know a female diver who has made an outstanding contribution to our underwater world you can

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MIDE 2019 Report & Lens Beyond Ocean Photo Contest Winners

There were 1,000 exhibitors from 12 countries, sharing their products, services and expertise with visitors. Overall sales generated over the three-day event was around US$2.57 mil (RM10.7 mil), a 45 percent increase from last year.

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Secrets of sex change in fish unlocked

Caption: A female becomes a male: a transitioning bluehead wrasse (darker colouration) establishes dominance and begins courting females (yellow colouration).

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Functional sex change is widespread in marine fishes, appearing in 27 families.

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