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There’s literally no escaping mankind’s mess.
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'Just when she passes me below I realise it's a Great White shark.'
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The sculptures act as artificial reefs for fish and coral.
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A young inventor has a cleanup plan -- but he has to understand the enormity first.
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And it might be as salty as the Dead Sea.
Fewer than 60 vaquita are left, but with swift action there's hope for their recovery.
Climate change has all but swallowed Shishmaref.
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It's more than 300 feet deeper than any other known blue hole.
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And she's doing it by making swimwear from old fishing nets and plastic bottles.
We humans love dolphins -- they're cute, playful and highly intelligent. What's not to like? Ask an octopus. The una uming octopus in the photo below was minding its own busine last week off Western...
I'm one of those crazy people who swim every single day, even through the winter. I first learned that I could actually do it, that my body wouldn't protest, that I could in fact swim on cold days and not catch the flu or die of hypothermia, from a group of women and men ranging from their sixties to their nineties at Avalon ocean pool.