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Reef Check Foundation
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international non-profit organization dedicated to conservation of coral and rocky reefs
international non-profit organization dedicated to conservation of coral and rocky reefs

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More than 5,000 narwhal, which grow a single long tusk from the front of their head, are thought to summer in Admiralty Inlet on the north coast of Baffin Island.
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A vast patch of abnormally warm water in the Pacific Ocean - nicknamed the blob - resulted in increased levels of ozone above the Western US, researchers have found.
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Scientists have finally figured out why the cock-eyed squid has such strange peepers.
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Litter is identified in photographs taken by their Ocean Floor Observation System, OFOS, which includes 21 underwater observatory stations. Two of the stations and their underwater cameras are dedicated to counting garbage.
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On a small island off Canada’s west coast, a group of people is rebuilding ancient clam gardens.
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Scientists have discovered “extraordinary levels” of polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs, in the Mariana and Kermadec trenches, two of the deepest ocean chasms on the planet.
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Primates and marsupials are believed to have the most individual species suffering as a result of global warming, according to a paper in the journal Nature Climate Change. http://ht.ly/Xqn430975kf

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Ceylan claims the seahorse he captured in Kaş named "Princess" is the most exciting image he has taken so far in his career as an underwater photographer.
http://ht.ly/jPJa3097409

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