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Seaspiracy’s Nightmarish Odyssey

Dissident Voice 17 May 2021
Seaspiracy hooked up with one of the few NGOs in the world that attempts to police the international illegal fishing trade named Sea Shepard, a nonprofit marine conservation group that works with governments to track down and arrest illegal fishing vessels, for example, in Liberia.
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Sharks use Earth’s magnetic field as a GPS, scientists say

Hawaii Tribune-Herald 17 May 2021
Researchers said their marine laboratory experiments with a small species of shark confirm long-held speculation that sharks use magnetic fields as aids to navigation — behavior observed in other marine animals such as sea turtles.
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Sharks use magnetic field as GPS, say scientists

Dawn 17 May 2021
Researchers said their marine laboratory experiments with a small species of shark confirm long-held speculation that sharks use magnetic fields as aids to navigation behavior observed in other marine animals such as sea turtles.
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File - A Hammerhead Shark
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Sharks use magnetic ‘GPS’ to navigate world’s oceans

Irish Independent 17 May 2021
Researchers said their marine laboratory experiments with a small species of shark confirm long-held speculation that sharks use magnetic fields as aids to navigation – behaviour observed in other marine animals such as sea turtles.
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Sharks use Earth's magnetic field as a GPS, scientists say

Times Free Press 17 May 2021
Researchers said their marine laboratory experiments with a small species of shark confirm long-held speculation that sharks use magnetic fields as aids to navigation — behavior observed in other marine animals such as sea turtles.
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Sharks Use Earth's Magnetic Field as GPS to Swim Long Distances, Finds Study

Yahoo Daily News 17 May 2021
Researchers said their marine laboratory experiments with a small species of shark confirm long-held speculation that sharks use magnetic fields as aids to navigation — behavior observed in other marine animals such as sea turtles.
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Cyclone Tauktae: 6 dead as heavy rains, gusty winds lash Karnataka

India TV 17 May 2021
Of the six who perished in the rain-related incidents, two drowned when their tugboat capsized on the high seas in Dakshina Kannada district. "Out of eight persons in the marine vessel, two drowned and three swam to the shore, while three are missing.
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The teenage girl was found in a boat that had been traveling for 22 days

Swords Today 17 May 2021
The 17 – year – old Ivorian told the BBC the story of an incredible rescue operation after three weeks at sea with 59 people, of which only three survived ... Eight castaways were quickly identified and maintained Marine area of ​​La Manche and the North Sea, States that they are all safe and good.
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Ban sought on jellyfish export

Gulf Daily News 17 May 2021
... extent that the sea creatures could become extinct in three decades .
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Sharks use Earth's magnetic field as a natural GPS, scientists say

The Economic Times 17 May 2021
According to new findings, scientists have found that sharks use the Earth's magnetic field as a GPS to navigate through the waters ... This behaviour is also observed in other marine animals. The study published in Current Biology also showing why sharks are able to travel through the seas and also find their way back to feed and breed ... .
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Dolphins and whales studied in Maltese waters as part of our biodiversity

The Malta Independent 17 May 2021
Just as we enjoy seeing dolphins jump out of the sea to breathe and play, we need to remember their survival ...
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Egyptian pavilion in Arabian Travel Market [ATM 2021]: Promotional gateway to Egypt

Egypt Today 17 May 2021
CAIRO – 17 May 2021 ...  .  .  . It incorporates designs inspired from the Grand Egyptian Museum, and includes fixed screens displaying images of diving activities and picturesque marine life of the Red Sea.  .  . The Egyptian pavilion is 305 square meters ...  .  .   ...  .  .   ...  .  .   ...   ... .
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A boatbuilding class links Traip students to Wood Island Life Saving Station

Portsmouth Herald 17 May 2021
These surfmen, referred to as “storm warriors” by the newspapers and periodicals of the day, patrolled both coasts of the United States and the Great Lakes to watch for shipwrecks and mariners in peril. During even the stormiest of seas, these hardy salts would push ...
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Hunting for Flying Dinosaurs in a Remote Corner of the World

The Daily Beast 17 May 2021
“I think there’s a dinosaur here,” she said, carefully turning over a finger-sized fragment of ancient sandstone ... The remains of these two animals—one terrestrial, one marine— revealed this desolate mountain for what it was. a piece of the ancient coastline, intermittently drowned by the sea, that once joined South America to the Antarctic Peninsula.
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NVU Virtually Celebrates Class Of 2021

Caledonian Record 17 May 2021
A former university professor of marine sciences, Dr ... Naval officer and deep-sea salvage diver, a seaweed farmer in the southern Philippines, and co-leader of an expedition that discovered and recovered remains of a seventeenth-century Spanish Manila galleon.
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