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LET THE CELEBRATION CONTINUE

Reviewing all types of celebration mode in which the blue planet was celebrated by millions of people around the world yesterday, one should be excited. It was a remarkable day despite the current pandemic and the lock down measures in many countries as people took part in different events virtually

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RARE JAPANESE SEAHORSE SPECIES FOUND IN GOA

A rare species of seahorse (Lemur tail; Hippocampus mohnilei) was found in river Mandovi in GOA by the Council of Scientific and Industrial Researcher from the National institute of Oceanography. The organism is said to be about the size of a human thumb. Researchers find the presence of the seahorse

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FIRST FOSSIL NURSERY OF THE GREAT WHITE SHARK DISCOVERED.

The great white shark, a top predator in the Marine ecosystem is known to be an infamous shark. The very slow growth, late reproduction with only few offspring, and anthropogenic reasons are known to make it threatened with extinction. An international research team discoverd the first fossil nursery area of

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Stakeholders Run At Losses in Aquaculture Amid COVID-19 Period

One of the webinars recently organized in May 2020 by the West Africa Region of World Aquaculture society, Africa Chapter saw a lot of stakeholders complaining on behalf of different countries and society on how the lockdown measures amid the Covid-19 pandemic has caused major setbacks in the sales of

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NAME-IT Challenge #2

Welcome to the “NAME IT” section where you will be required to give the correct name(s) of the aquatic organisms provided! What type of Whale is this? If you know it, drop the name at the comment section below. Entry closes Saturday, 30th May 2020

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A Pink Deep-water Discovered In Mumbai Wetland

According to reports from Hindustantimes, a photojournalist Pratik Chorge discovered a deep pink water located towards the southeren end of the wetland in Mumbai on Thursday 15th of May 2020. As the first week of May 2020, the pink water was not seen in the reported area until the late

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