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Stress, concentration, relaxation - my way to 244 meters on a single breath

Stress, concentration, relaxation - my way to 244 meters on a single breath | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Concentration - Matt Malina overcome stress and hit jackpot with World Records and become multiple World Champion in Freediving LIMITLESS
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Killer Whales Who Rip Open Great White Sharks, Eat Their Livers, May Explain Predators' Disappearance

Killer Whales Who Rip Open Great White Sharks, Eat Their Livers, May Explain Predators' Disappearance | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Great white sharks seem to be too scared to return to one of their feeding grounds off the coast of South Africa.
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Who owns the risk in diving when something goes wrong?

Who owns the risk in diving when something goes wrong? | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Diving is all about risk management. However, many of the risks we think we are choosing to accept are managed by emotion, not logic.
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Salmon Fishery Measures Adopted to Help Save Critically Endangered Killer Whales

Salmon Fishery Measures Adopted to Help Save Critically Endangered Killer Whales | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The Pacific Fishery Management Council unanimously adopted new ocean salmon fishing regulations today to help save critically endangered Southern Resident killer whales from extinction. While the birth of two calves this year was welcome news, Southern Residents face an uncertain future with only 74 individuals left and a diet almost entirely comprised of declining salmon populations, especially Chinook salmon. Pacific salmon, primarily Chinook (also known as King) salmon, are 99 percent of the diet of Southern Resident killer whales.
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Volunteer Lifeboat Crew Saves Sinking Fishing Vessel in the North Sea

Volunteer Lifeboat Crew Saves Sinking Fishing Vessel in the North Sea | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
On Tuesday, an RNLI volunteer lifeboat crew saved a fishing vessel that was just minutes away fro
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Historic deal reached to remove 4 massive dams on lower Klamath River - oregonlive.com

Historic deal reached to remove 4 massive dams on lower Klamath River - oregonlive.com | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
An agreement announced Tuesday paves the way for the largest dam demolition in U.S. history. Warren Buffett said the reworked deal solved a “very complex challenge.”
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New report projects severe coral bleaching globally in this century

New report projects severe coral bleaching globally in this century | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The United Nations recently released a new report projecting future coral reef bleaching globally.
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Government agencies pull industrial tires from Chemainus Bay

Government agencies pull industrial tires from Chemainus Bay | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Recreational divers realized massive industrial tires were trapping and leading to the death of hundreds of crabs in Chemainus Bay.
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Mote Breaks Ground on New Science Education Aquarium

Mote Breaks Ground on New Science Education Aquarium | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The new 110,000-square-foot aquarium will feature more than 1 million gallons of exhibits.
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Sales of £2m personal SUBMARINES double with mega-rich making them the must-have toy | Daily

Sales of £2m personal SUBMARINES double with mega-rich making them the must-have toy | Daily | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Roman Abramovich and the emir of Abu Dhabi are among the early adopters of the deep-sea vessels which are increasingly seen descending to the ocean's depths beside luxury yachts.
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Whale of a Tail: Whale From Russia Visits SoCal With Distinctive Tail –

Whale of a Tail: Whale From Russia Visits SoCal With Distinctive Tail – | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
A whale watching crew in Southern California has discovered a humpback whale with a disfigured tail had traveled more than 3,000 miles from Russia, an unheard-of journey in the whale world.
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Magician completes 20 magic tricks while submerged in tank of water

Magician completes 20 magic tricks while submerged in tank of water | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Martin Rees from Hertfordshire (UK) has achieved the Guinness World Record title for the most magic tricks performed underwater in three minutes with 20 as part of Guinness World Records Day 2020.
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These Items in Your Home Are Harming America’s Sea Animals - The New York Times

These Items in Your Home Are Harming America’s Sea Animals - The New York Times | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
A new report examines how plastic waste affects marine wildlife.
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When Sharks Turned Up at Their Beach, They Called in Drones - The New York Times

When Sharks Turned Up at Their Beach, They Called in Drones - The New York Times | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
A goal of the SharkEye project is to one day produce automated “shark reports” for beachgoers to help them gauge levels of risk.
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Stranded sperm whale spotted near Montrose, public urged to keep distance

Stranded sperm whale spotted near Montrose, public urged to keep distance | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
MONTROSE, Ala. (WPMI) — The Dauphin Island Sea Lab’s Marine Mammal Research Program provided an update Sunday on the sperm whale stranded in Mobile Bay. DISL said the stranded sperm whale was seen near Montrose Sunday. The Alabama Marine Mammal Stranding Network, including the network veterinarian and biologists, are tending to the animal and monitoring its condition. Unfortunately, the prognosis is still poor due to the whale's size of approximately 35 feet.
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'Shrimp are coming back' in Southern Brazil following Oceana-backed bottom trawling ban, local fishers report

'Shrimp are coming back' in Southern Brazil following Oceana-backed bottom trawling ban, local fishers report | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Daniel Guglieri, sporting a full beard and a beanie to shield him from harsh winds at sea, is pictured flashing a smile and a thumbs up. The reason for his good mood lies behind him on the beach: two tidy rows of crates, all brimming with tasty crustaceans. Guglieri is an artisanal fisher in Rio Grande do Sul – Brazil’s southernmost state – and he knows all too well that abundant shrimp means abundant business. This bounty is not something that fishers take for granted because they’ve seen what happens when their local waters are depleted by bottom trawls.
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When You Teach a Boy to Fish. How my uncle’s generosity — and love of… | by Carl Safina | Human Parts

When You Teach a Boy to Fish. How my uncle’s generosity — and love of… | by Carl Safina | Human Parts | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Carl Safina, MacArthur fellow and award-winning ecological writer of books such as “Song for the Blue Ocean,” fondly remembers his uncle who inspired his love for the sea.
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No Agreement on Expanding Protected Antarctic Waters

No Agreement on Expanding Protected Antarctic Waters | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
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Delegates attending aninternational meeting last monthfailed to agree o
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Antarctica's blue whales return to South Georgia a century after they were nearly wiped out | Live Science

Antarctica's blue whales return to South Georgia a century after they were nearly wiped out | Live Science | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The critically-endangered blue whale has returned to the waters near the remote island of South Georgia near Antarctica, almost 100 years after they were nearly made extinct.
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How European sailors learned celestial navigation | Aeon Essays

How European sailors learned celestial navigation | Aeon Essays | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
How did the sailors of early modern Europe learn to traverse the world’s seas? By going to school and doing maths problems
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Piscine plunder - Ecuador, a victim of illegal fishing, is also a culprit | The Americas

Piscine plunder - Ecuador, a victim of illegal fishing, is also a culprit | The Americas | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
Endangered species of shark are caught in Ecuadorean nets
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Spinning ice disc: Mesmerising footage shows 20ft wide circle turning on a Chinese river | Daily

Spinning ice disc: Mesmerising footage shows 20ft wide circle turning on a Chinese river | Daily | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
The spectacle appeared yesterday in Genhe, a city known as 'China's pole of cold'. Footage circulating on social media shows the frozen circle gradually turning anti-clockwise on a partially frozen waterway.
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Back from the brink of extinction, blue whales return to South Georgia - UPI.com

Back from the brink of extinction, blue whales return to South Georgia - UPI.com | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
After being nearly completely wiped out by whalers, new research suggests Antarctic blue whales have returned to the sub-Antarctic island of South Georgia.
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Diver calls for probe into parrotfish killings - The Royal Gazette | Bermuda News, Business, Sports, Events, & Community |

Diver calls for probe into parrotfish killings - The Royal Gazette | Bermuda News, Business, Sports, Events, & Community | | Soggy Science | Scoop.it
A scuba diver appealed for an investigation into a possible poaching incident after she found the butchered remains of a protected fish species.
Natalie Price turned to social media to spread th
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Shipwreck Exposed by Erosion on Florida Coast Could Be 200 Years Old | Smart News

Archaeologists think the vessel was likely a 19th-century merchant ship
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