Monthly Archives: August 2014

Little Known Facts About the Ocean

…courtesy of MarineBio: Sharks bite roughly 70 people each year worldwide, with perhaps 6-10 fatalities, according to data compiled in the International Shark Attack File (ISAF).┬áThis is far less than the number of people injured each year by elephants, bees, … Continue reading

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Marine Life in the Pacific Ocean

The Pacific Ocean is the best instance of marine biodiversity in this world with its vibrant population of whales, sharks and fish. That’s why it’s very important conserve this varied marine life through education. The best place to begin with … Continue reading

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Hazards to Marine Life Around the Earth

Marine life is falling rapidly all around the world. It doesn’t matter where you look the sea animal and fish populations is dropping. Part of this is as a result of climate and some to pollution. Some is stripping resources’ … Continue reading

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