Humans Have Broken One of The Natural Power Laws Governing Earth's Oceans
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Humans Have Broken One of The Natural Power Laws Governing Earth's Oceans

Similar to planetary and molecular systems, mathematical laws are also possible that can accurately describe and permit for predictions in
Giant Sea Lizards Ruled the Waves While T. Rex Roamed on Land
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Giant Sea Lizards Ruled the Waves While T. Rex Roamed on Land

The mosasaurs are a fearsome group of seagoing carnivores. The mosasaurs evolved into an extensive array of aquatic predators, which ate everything
Some Whales Can Eat Upwards of 16 Tons of Tiny Shrimp a Day
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Some Whales Can Eat Upwards of 16 Tons of Tiny Shrimp a Day

It has been a long-standing irony in the animal world. The largest animals to ever live on Earth, which are the size of Boeing 737s, sustain
Humans are guilty of breaking an oceanic law of nature: study
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Humans are guilty of breaking an oceanic law of nature: study

Credit: Ian Hatton and Eric Galbraith, et al. The Institute of Environmental Science and Technology of Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona (ICTA)
Newly Discovered Symbiosis Could Power Carbon Removal in The Sea
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Newly Discovered Symbiosis Could Power Carbon Removal in The Sea

The lungs of the planet are tropical rainforests, which absorb large amounts of carbon dioxide from our atmosphere and exhale oxygen. However, our
Staggering Data on How Much Whales Actually Eat Just Solved The 'Krill Paradox'
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Staggering Data on How Much Whales Actually Eat Just Solved The 'Krill Paradox'

Scientists discovered that large whales consume at least three times the amount of food previously believed. This discovery highlights their
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'Beautiful' 900-year-old Crusader sword discovered by diver off the coast of Israel

A 1100-year-old iron sword was found off the coast Israel. Unsuspecting divers were on a scuba diving trip when they came across the treasure. After
New ban on swimming with spinner dolphins impacts Hawaii operators
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New ban on swimming with spinner dolphins impacts Hawaii operators

U.S. regulators banned the swimming of marine mammals near shore in an effort to protect Hawaii’s spinner dolphins. The National Oceanic and
Sharp-eyed diver finds Crusader’s ancient sword on Israeli seabed
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Sharp-eyed diver finds Crusader’s ancient sword on Israeli seabed

The Israel Antiquities Authority claims that a sword thought to belong to a Crusader, who sailed to Holy Land nearly a millennium back, was recovered
Ocean life helps produce clouds, but existing clouds keep new ones at bay
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Ocean life helps produce clouds, but existing clouds keep new ones at bay

View from the DC-8 research plane as it flies through marine boundary layer. This is the area of the atmosphere near the ocean's surface that affects