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New Species of Dolphins Discovered

Conventional Methods to save Dolphins
The Wildlife Conservation Society has recently updated the information regarding the discovery of an new variety of huge population of rare dolphins in the areas of South Asia. WCS warned regarding the extinction and decreased number Read more…

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Posted by Leonardo - 02/02/2013 at 03:06

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Is Glaciers going to be the Biggest Threat to Humankind?

The new observations from the oceanographers have currently updated that the ice sheet in the area of Antarctica has been melting faster than that of expected. They assure that the future changes in the modifications of the ice sheet mass will be measured. Read more…

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Posted by Leonardo - 11/01/2013 at 04:10

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Extinction of Sea Otters

The sea otters are currently in a stage of extinction. These are the marine bubbly mammals that are belonging to weasel family and which are native to the coast of eastern and northern Pacific Ocean. Among younger Read more…

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Posted by Ramz Chand - 04/12/2012 at 06:54

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Effects of Harmful Algal Blooms

Small structures of marine named dino flagellate Karenia brevis that produces brevetoxin a compound which is produced in an very high concentrations that causes harmful algal blooms known as red tides. This component neurotoxin-laden red tide in water causes respiratory problems Read more…

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Posted by Leonardo - 30/11/2012 at 04:27

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Marine Algae treats Brain Disorders

An innovative study from the marine researchers with the help of simple marine algae for the cure and recovery of the dangerous brain disorders. It was an simple and new study using a compound which has been extracted from the marine algae named Brevetoxin-2, Read more…

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Posted by Ramz Chand - 29/11/2012 at 05:53

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Small Marine Organisms that can Even Affect World Climate

The warmer waters would significantly change the disturbtion of phytoplankton, tiny organisms that could show a major effect in the change of the climate change so in order to protect them from extinction the oceanographers are now Read more…

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Posted by Leonardo - 08/11/2012 at 07:22

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