Meet the Fish Known for its Beauty — and Its God-Awful Smell

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Meet the fish so gorgeous that we can't believe it isn't the star of its own Nemo spinoff. The mandarinfish is arguably one of the most gorgeous creatures in the sea. Its variety of patterns and colors make it a favorite find for scuba divers in the ...
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How to Eat Fish and Still Save the Earth

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Heard the jaw-dropping news? The world is quickly running out of fish. Especially the types a lot of us like to chow down on. Nearly half the world’s marine life has been wiped out in the past 50 years, so act now or kiss your sushi dinners good-bye....
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Newly discovered hermit crab species carries around a giant coral house that grows around it

Newly discovered hermit crab species carries around a giant coral house that grows around it
A new species of hermit crab has been discovered in southern Japan. Unlike other hermit crab species, this one carries around its very own coral house with it everywhere it goes. Although hermit crabs are known to be able to convert any shell into pr...
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Incredible “Ship Graveyard” Discovered In Black Sea Features 2,500 Years Of Perfectly Preserved Ships

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A shipwreck lover’s dream has been discovered in the azure waters of the Black Sea: around 60 wrecks, from the Byzantine era to the 19th century, revealing 2,500 years of maritime history. Described as a “ship graveyard” due to the sheer numbers, the...
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The Photographer Of This Award-Winning Photo Wants Everyone To Know The Heartbreaking Story Behind It

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This is the heartbreaking story behind one of the photographs entered into the 2017 Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition . The snap of a seahorse holding onto a Q-tip with its tail was taken by Californian nature photographer Justin Hofman i...
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