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Humpback whales in the North Pacific consist of five distinct populations

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A comprehensive genetic study of humpback whale populations in the North Pacific Ocean has identified five distinct populations.

Has Earhart's plane been found?

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An underwater video from a Pacific island has uncovered a field of man-made debris that investigators believe could hold the key to aviator Amelia Earhart's 
disappearance in 1937

Pacific reef shark populations in rapid decline

Large numbers of grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) were observed at
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New estimates of reef sharks compared numbers around populated islands in the Pacific with those living near uninhabited ones. The results were sobering, say researchers.

Shark-Dive Tourism in Fiji worth US$42.2 Million a Year

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A new analysis by the Australian Institute of Marine Science and the University of Western Australia concluded that in 2010, shark-related diving contributed US$ 42.2 million to the economy of Fiji.

James Cameron completes his record dive

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James Cameron made a solo dive this weekend to bottom of the Mariana trench - the deepest part of the ocean

James Cameron getting ready for the deepest dive

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Reaching 8,200 meter Filmmaker James Cameron set the record this week for the world's deepest solo submarine dive in preparations for the deepest dive on Earth - Mariana Trench's Challenger Deep

Shermans Lagoon to the Rescue

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The use of Plastic bottles, containers and plastic bags comes with a dear price, something we kind of know, but not really something we take in as being a problem. The beaches in tourist areas are cleaned up from debris and trash at least once a day, making the problem invisible to us. Jim Toomey, creator of Shermans Lagoon and a loved cartoonist among most divers has been an outspoken environmentalist for many years.

When the heat's on, fish can cope

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Australian scientists have discovered that some tropical fish have a greater capacity to cope with rising sea temperatures than previously thought – by adjusting over several generations.

Elephant Seal swam 29,000 km

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The Wildlife Conservation Society has reported that a young male elephant seal tracked for the past year swam 18,000 miles

Easter Island slated for marine sanctuary

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NGOs, government and local communities to work together to protect ocean life.
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