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Baja California important site for loggerhead's migration

They arrived at this conclusion after studying the bones of dead turtles that had washed up on Mexican beaches, in a bid to find out more about the animal's migratory patterns.

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UHMS Is Calling For Abstracts

The UHMS is currently calling for abstracts to be presented at this 50th annual scientific meeting.

The deadline is 3 April 2017.

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Research yields new information about Greece's loggerhead turtles

Since 1983, the Sea Turtle Protection Society of Greece (ARCHELON) has taken efforts to protect loggerhead turtles in and around Greece.

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Footage of ruby seadragons in the wild captured for the first time

Using a mini-remotely operated vehicle to conduct the search, the researchers only hit paydirt after several days. Near Western Australia's Recherche Archipelago, the first ever field sightings were made.

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Reef fish brave predators if payoff is high

In a study that involved setting up different sized "buffets" of algae off the island of Mo'orea in French Polynesia, the research team also found that the fish are willing to move past this fear, straying far from their sheltered coral refuge and

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WWII wrecks ‘disappear’ in Asia-Pacific

Three British ships and a US submarine that sank in the Java Sea during the second world war have been destroyed by illegal scrap metal scavengers, the Guardian revealed in November.

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Bauer Media To Stop 'Balloon Releases' Within The Group

Before the invention of plastic, ivory was used ornamentally and practically. It was considered a great material by manufacturers.

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Shark nets give beach-goers peace of mind

Called an Eco Shark Barrier, the $900,000 nylon net acts as a barrier that keeps sharks away from the beach, and beach-goers safe.

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Data on 958 types of South American jellyfish compiled in census

The project was coordinated by Antonio Carlos Marques, a professor at the University of São Paulo's Biosciences Institute and director of its Marine Biology Center, and Otto Muller Patrão de Oliveira, a professor at the Federal University of the A

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Are dolphins having conversations?

It has been known for decades that dolphins and whales have an advanced mode of communication—distinctive whistles and clicks that express excitement, happiness, anxiety or separation from a group.

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Arctic sea ice change affects beluga whale's annual migration

The Arctic sea ice loss has altered the annual migration of some populations of beluga whales in Alaska, causing them to delay it by as long as a month, according to a study by University of Washington.

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World's oldest known killer whale presumed dead

One of the West Coast's oldest known killer whales is missing and presumed dead. The whale, identified as J-2 but affectionately called Granny, hasn't been observed since Oct.

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Wakatobi: A Natural Attraction

Dive sites that offer unusual or dramatic underwater topography have always intrigued me. And from what I had been hearing, the site known as Blade was a prime candidate to add to my “favorites” list.

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Airline passenger details easy prey for hackers

According to researchers, the global system used to coordinate travel bookings between airlines, travel agents and price comparison websites is woefully insecure.

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