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An exhibition at London's Victoria & Albert museum allows visitors to travel back in time to the golden age of ocean liner travel.
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Stranded sperm whales die off Indonesian coast
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Prince Charles makes plea to save our oceans
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Tulsa Zoo keepers film feeding time for the Red-bellied Piranhas, whose razor-sharp teeth can reduce a large animal to a skeleton in a matter of
Eco-Tourism: Preserving the Seychelles’ true treasures
The Seychelles Islands boast a unique mix of sublime white-sand beaches, sun-kissed landscapes and enticing azure waters but how is the island nation
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Beached whale rescued in Brazil
The juvenile humpback was beached for 24 hours in Buzios, Brazil
Dozens dead in two ferry accidents in Brazil
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Take a glimpse through the eyes of Pingelap's colour-blind islanders
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Florida underwater festival aims to promote reef preservation
Around 400 people gathered for the underwater 'concert' on the sea floor at the Looe Key Reef, where divers swayed to music played on waterproof speakers.
UN calls on world to save our oceans
The first-ever UN conference on seas and oceans and their sustainable use has opened in New York with a ceremony lead by group from Fiji. It comes
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Weather conditions around the small Mediterranean archipelago of Malta have eased enough to allow divers to inspect the rock monument underwater.
Is Zealandia the eighth continent?
A group of geologists say they've enough evidence to confirm the existence of a new continent. Writing in the journal of the Geological Society of America, the group named it "Zealandia."
Beached whale had 30 plastic bags in its stomach
Zoologists in Norway say a beached whale found off the country’s western coast earlier this week had more than 30 plastic bags inside its stomach.