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Desert streams: Deceptively simple

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Volatile rainstorms drive complex landscape changes in deserts, particularly in dryland channels, which are shaped by flash flooding. Paradoxically, such desert streams have surprisingly simple topography with smooth, straight and symmetrical form that until now has defied explanation.
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How Can We Save Africa’s Mysterious ‘Humpback’ Dolphin?

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Ancient Marble Floor Restored Underwater in Italy

Ancient Marble Floor Restored Underwater in Italy | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Archaeologists found the colorful and complex design in a submerged villa near Naples. It dates back to the end of the Roman Empire.
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Swimmers not very worried about shark attacks on Cape Cod

Swimmers not very worried about shark attacks on Cape Cod | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
This year, shark season kicked off on the Cape with two late May sightings and dozens spotted since then, which experts said was on par for shark activity in recent years.
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Japan: Fish Walks the Beach in Remarkable Discovery

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Largemouth bass is now known as Florida bass, 'a distinct species': 'Crucial'

Largemouth bass is now known as Florida bass, 'a distinct species': 'Crucial' | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The largemouth bass is now known as the Florida bass after a study determined these are two separate species of fish. "This discovery is crucial," said Michelle Kerr, wildlife expert.
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Diving enthusiasts visit first underwater museum in Daymaniyat Nature Reserve I

Diving enthusiasts visit first underwater museum in Daymaniyat Nature Reserve I | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The Authority said in a statement
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Construction Of World’s Longest Underwater Road And Rail Tunnel Starts

Construction Of World’s Longest Underwater Road And Rail Tunnel Starts | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The tunnel will be 11.1 miles long, with its deepest point at 40 meters below sea level
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Encounter of a lifetime: lone rower meets a thousand whales in the open ocean

Encounter of a lifetime: lone rower meets a thousand whales in the open ocean | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
For anyone with a love for nature and a sense of adventure, the ocean offers an incredible playground teeming with magnificent creatures. Among these, whales, the largest mammals on earth, inspire awe and reverence. Recently,
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Dolphin Show Halted in Santiago de Cuba Aquarium Due to Food Shortage

Dolphin Show Halted in Santiago de Cuba Aquarium Due to Food Shortage | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The economic crisis in Cuba has led the Santiago de Cuba Aquarium, located in Parque Nacional Baconao, to suspend its iconic dolphin show due to
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Trigg Beach: Male surfer bitten by shark, public urged to exercise ‘additional caution’

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What to do with fish skins and shrimp shells? New research partnership aims to find uses for industry waste | CBC News

What to do with fish skins and shrimp shells? New research partnership aims to find uses for industry waste | CBC News | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Several Indigenous First Nations in southwestern Newfoundland have signed what they call a historic agreement with Memorial University and international partners to research ways to reduce waste in the province's fishing industry.
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Researchers find microplastics in Lake Ontario fish

Researchers find microplastics in Lake Ontario fish | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
On average, the researchers found 138 microplastic particles in fish taken from Lake Ontario at Humber Bay — one contained 1,300 pieces of rubber.
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Urgent search for entangled humpback whale seen off Palos Verdes Estates

Urgent search for entangled humpback whale seen off Palos Verdes Estates | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
An urgent search is underway for an entangled humpback whale that was spotted off the Southern California coast.
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Why Have So Many Whale Remains Been Found on the Ocean Floor Near Los Angeles? | Smithsonian

Why Have So Many Whale Remains Been Found on the Ocean Floor Near Los Angeles? | Smithsonian | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Scientists have discovered more whale falls there than in the rest of the world combined
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Mass die-off of freshwater mussels in Wisconsin leads to discovery of new parasite

Mass die-off of freshwater mussels in Wisconsin leads to discovery of new parasite | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Researchers have discovered a new parasite in freshwater mussels after investigating hundreds of mussels that died along the Embarrass River in Shawano County six years ago.
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How local fishermen found a group of blackfin tuna while fishing in Gulf of Mexico

How local fishermen found a group of blackfin tuna while fishing in Gulf of Mexico | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The time is right to find blackfin tuna out in the Gulf.
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How Yemenis catch fish with ‘scrap’ reefs using plastic and tires

How Yemenis catch fish with ‘scrap’ reefs using plastic and tires | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Yemeni fisherpeople have created artificial reefs using scrap materials and tires to mitigate the decline of marine life in the Red Sea.
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Ask a doctor: ‘Is it safe to swim underwater with my eyes open?’ - WFIN Local News

Ask a doctor: ‘Is it safe to swim underwater with my eyes open?’ - WFIN Local News | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
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Across China: Espying millennium-old relics in China's underwater museum

Across China: Espying millennium-old relics in China's underwater museum | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Across China: Espying millennium-old relics in China's underwater museum-
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Egyptian Pharaoh Rock Carvings Discovered in Aswan, Egypt

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Pintuyan: Swimming with whale sharks

Pintuyan: Swimming with whale sharks | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
There are only a handful of locations left where whale sharks are not fed for tourism purposes. One of these is Pintuyan in the Philippines.
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Is it a bird? Glasgow man scales street light to free seagull

Is it a bird? Glasgow man scales street light to free seagull | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Onlookers cheer an as-yet unknown man climbs lighting in Glasgow to rescue a trapped bird.
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Fish harvesters dish out cod in defiance of Ottawa’s reopening of N.L.’s commercial cod fishery | CBC.ca

Fish harvesters dish out cod in defiance of Ottawa’s reopening of N.L.’s commercial cod fishery | CBC.ca | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Fish harvesters set up shop on the harbourfront in St. John’s on Wednesday. But instead of selling their catch they gave it away for free. The federal government announced an expansion of the commercial cod fishery last month, and harvesters are worried foreign draggers will decimate the cod stock, which has been slowly regrowing since the cod moratorium was implemented in 1992.
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Three dead or dying whales off WA's coast in four days no cause for concern, says conservationist - ABC News

Three dead or dying whales off WA's coast in four days no cause for concern, says conservationist - ABC News | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Authorities say the discovery of three dead or injured whales along WA's Midwest coast is a sign of a healthy humpback population living and migrating off the state's coast.
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Swim with the fishes: is tuna tourism just a bit of harmless holiday fun?

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