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A massive school of anchovies was mistaken for an #oilspill  off the coast of southern #california .  Thanks +Scripps Oceanography for the incredible pictures!
From a distance, the ocean near Scripps Pier off La Jolla, California, appeared to be the site of a catastrophic oil spill on Tuesday.
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Could this be the future of oceanic research? Connecting the #ocean to the internet off the southwestern coast of Canada has been no small feat, but now there is real-time scientific monitoring, video and audio feeds available worldwide to anyone with an internet connection.
Juan de Fuca tectonic plate is connected to the internet by a unique, high-speed optical cabling that has snaked its way across this Pacific plate.
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Southern Right Whales on a calm day in Sydney... what more could a photographer ask for? Check out Joel Coleman's incredible experience!
For professional photographer Joel Coleman, the sight of a southern right whale frolicking on Freshwater Beach led to a photo shoot of a lifetime.
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After watching the match last night, we got to thinking: what are some #ThingsTimHowardCouldSave... we think coral is a great idea!
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Check out TerraMar's newest #quiz  on +PlayBuzz and find out which sea shell you are!
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A #funfact  that can save your life: the venom of a stonefish can kill a human in 2 hours. Pass along to all your diver friends!
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Check out TerraMar's newest #quiz  on +PlayBuzz and tell us your result!
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Apparently, #firecrackers  are being considered for use in more than just celebrations this year.
The proponents of pipelines to British Columbia’s coast say they would consider deploying underwater firecrackers to ward marine mammals from oil spills.
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Coral reefs have declined more than 40% in the last 30 years. Perhaps it's time to take a serious look at what keeps these rain forests of the sea healthy!
Colorful parrotfish and spindly sea urchins are the key to saving the Caribbean's coral reefs, which may disappear in two decades if no action is taken.
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Happy #HumpbackWednesday! Check out this breathtaking breach and share with your friends!
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No more happy feet for emperor penguins in Antarctica. #ClimateChange  is expected to severely impact their populations over the next century.
Antarctica's iconic emperor penguins are predicted to go into decline this century due to climate change. Rising temperatures will melt the sea ice...
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Applying cutting edge technology is changing the way #climate and #weather are predicted. Check it out!
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We're an ocean nonprofit on a mission to create a global ocean community to give voice to the least protected and most ignored part of our planet - the high seas. Join us! It's free, fun and you get a digital passport to the high seas. 

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The TerraMar Project provides the tools to empower our global community to act, get educated, get the latest news, and socially engage with one another.

We have created the I Love the Ocean Pledge -- it says that you love the ocean and you'd like the ocean to be managed sustainably for generations to come. Take the pledge