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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Fish Dive Deep In The Mediterranean Sea As Climate Change Leads To Uninhabitable Surface Temperatures

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Fish are seen swimming below the Mediterranean Sea, where climate change has forced many animals to swim to new depths. (Shahar Chaikin/Newsflash)

Fish and other species are migrating to deeper waters in the Mediterranean Sea as climate change heats up surface water, threatening both conservation efforts and the fishing industry. In a…

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Fisherman Makes Waves With Snaps Of Bizarre Looking Creatures He Catches In Oceans Depths

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Canadian fisherman, Mackenzie William,28, shows us one of the terrifying sea creatures that he caught.

This Canadian fisherman is making a splash online with his photos of the bizarre-looking creatures he catches in the oceans’ depths. Mackenzie William Sapier, 28, from Prince Edward Island in…

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