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Bahamas: Doing things right !

The Bahamas government has created a marine reserve off the island of North Bimini, preserving critical mangrove habitat and a shark nursery that had come under threat from a resort there. The reserve, which will be protected from most fishing ...

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Did you see that fish with 2 heads mate?

The Queensland Government has set up a task force to investigate fish abnormalities and deaths in the Noosa River on the Sunshine Coast. An independent fish expert Dr Matt Landos will join staff from the Department of Primary Industries, the ...

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Dead Diver in the Blue Hole

Divers found the body of a missing scuba diver in Blue Hole, a renowned dive site in Belize. Authorities told ScubaHerald the body has not yet been recovered and identified, however, they believe the remains are an American doctor from Miami, ...

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Another Bizarre underwater record.

Most people don’t look forward to tackling the pile of un-ironed clothes in their laundry basket. And for John Lynch the decision to pick up an iron on Saturday ended up with him in deep water. As the 38-year-old from ...

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Moko the Dolphins Fails to rescue Whale

Moko the dolphin was too busy frolicking with her human company to save a stranded whale which died on an East Coast beach on Monday. The adult male pygmy sperm whale initially stranded on Mahia beach near the golf club. ...

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