Shipwrecks Expand Microbial Diversity, New Study Shows

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A dive at the underwater site of the HMS Nasturtium, ship that sank on 28th April 1916, where Heritage Malta completed a net removal project in July, 2021, in Malta.

The millions of shipwrecks resting in the world’s oceans are increasing the surrounding areas’ microbial richness, according to new research. There are an estimated three million shipwrecks all around the…

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Stunning Underwater Gardens Boost Coral Diversity To Stave Off Reef Destruction

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Dozens of corals planted in the coral garden,Mo'orea, French Polynesia. (Cody Clements, Georgia Tech/Newsflash)

These stunning underwater gardens are part of a project to save coral reefs from destruction by increasing their survivability and growth. Although coral reefs occupy less than one percent of…

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