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A ma ive wave in the North Atlantic near Scotland has set a new world record for the tallest ever measured by a buoy, the World Meteorological Organization said. The giant, picked up back in February...
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Some people have all the luck. A couple vacationing in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, went out combing the beach for shark teeth on Oct. 9 ― and happened upon the tooth of a megalodon, an enormous shar...
From Leo to Ellen, some stars actually give back.
And frankly, neither can we.
Deadly marine bacteria is proliferating in warmer waters, prompting "unprecedented" outbreaks in the U.S. and Europe, a study finds.
Over the past several weeks, Hong Kong residents have become increasingly angry about the unprecedented amount of trash landing on the city's beaches. While Hong Kong certainly generates plenty of its...
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Since plastic bags became part of our shopping routines in the 1970s, Australians have dumped billions of plastic bags into our reservoirs, billabongs, swamps, lakes, dams, ponds and oceans. We have become dangerously reliant on plastic, and it's choking our environment.
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Friends don't let friends get hooked on microbeads.
Australians are bloody proud of our beaches. Why wouldn't we be? After all, we have some of the best in the world. But while most people love the feeling of salt water on the skin, getting a plastic...
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How on earth have we got to the stage where scientists have to consider introducing farmed coral in a World Heritage Area while we continue to burn coal to kill natural coral?
Wildlife always poses a risk. In the past there have been people mauled by bears, ripped apart by great apes, attacked by lions. Yet we scream out if anyone ever mentions destroying these animals, let alone cull a species.