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Anchovies are a key part of the Pacific Ocean’s food web. They are nutrient-rich fish that are important prey for more than 50 species of marine wildlife, from albacore tuna and chinook salmon to
“Deep below what Herman Melville called ‘the ocean’s skin’, sound is the only viable sense, adding mystery to a world we know so little about.” The ocean is a giant conductor of strange noises
A bluefin tuna has washed up on a UK beach in the Dornie, Highlands, a place you wouldn’t ever expect to see this rare fish. Experts called in to observe the scene infer that
In 1969, the CSS Hudson left Nova Scotia and voyaged out into open ocean. The research vessel was embarking on the first complete circumnavigation of the Americas. Along the journey, the Hudson made frequent
Researchers from the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History recently concluded that whales eat around three times more food than was previously thought. This larger increase in nutrients means that the large whales excrete

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