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Has Columbus' flagship Santa Maria been found?

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Archaeological investigators think they may have discovered the wreck of Christopher Columbus’s flagship, the Santa Maria

Creation of a New Marine Protected Area in Northeastern Haiti

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On Wednesday, December 11, 2013 the Haitian government published the creation of Haiti’s second Marine Protected Area (MPA) in the official journal, *Le Moniteur*.

Lemon sharks return to their exact birthplace to breed

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Female lemon sharks that were born in Bimini returned 15 years later to give birth to their own young, DNA analysis shows.

Raffle – Win a Trip for 2 Aboard the Turks & Caicos Aggressor II to Benefit the Turks & Caicos Reef Fund

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Aggressor Fleet is joining forces with the Turks & Caicos Reef Fund to raise money to support the boat moorings project within the Turks & Caicos Islands.


X-Ray Magazine article |  
First off, a confession. I love diving in Roatan. Why? For a couple of reasons. Number one—the reefs around the island are still in superb shape. Not a lot of ocean-going pelagics, it’s true. But I’ve been diving the reefs of the Caribbean for more than ten years, and I would rank Roatan in the top two. (Bonaire would be my other choice.)
52 - Jan 2013 | Roatan

How to combat invasive lionfish

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NOAA’s National Centers for Coastal Ocean Science and its partners publish first ever guidelines for coastal managers to control the spread of invasive lionfish.

Venezuela Bans Commercial Shark Fishing

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Venezuela has set forth a series of measures for shark protection within its waters.

Satellite reveals manta rays' secret journeys

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Using the latest satellite tracking technology, conservationists and researchers have completed a ground-breaking study on the Manta ray.

Tigers sharks satellite tagged to evaluate the effects of ecotourism

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Scientists from University of Miami tagged tiger sharks in Florida and the Bahamas so see if sharks fed with chum behave differently from those who are not.

US sets catch limits in Caribbean fish

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The U.S. government is imposing limits on the number of fish commercial and recreational fishermen can catch in the waters it controls in the Caribbean.
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