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  • Flightless bird reappears 1,36,000 years after its extinction  title=
    Flightless bird reappears 1,36,000 years after its extinction

    Researchers from the United Kingdom’s Natural History Museum and the University of Portsmouth revealed how the bird has re-evolved from the same ancestral species on a group of four coral islands in the Indian Ocean. The findings have been published in the Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society this week.

  • NASA reveals climate change may boost extreme storms count  title=
    NASA reveals climate change may boost extreme storms count

    The on-going climate change is leading to many devastating affects in recent years. The tropical ocean warming due to climate change is possibly increasing the frequency of extreme rain storms, reveal NASA scientists.

  • 12-year-old boy design ship to save marine life  title=
    12-year-old boy design ship to save marine life

    Good news! A 12-year-old Pune-based boy has designed a ship named 'ERVIS' that will help reduce pollution in the ocean and save marine life. Haaziq Kazi has designed a ship which has saucers in its base to suck plastic and other forms of waste from the ocean and segregate it. “The ship has saucers surrounding it, with centripetal force to suck in the waste and store it in the chamber. The waste then gets segregated between marine life, water and the waste,” Kazi told media.

  • Oceans warming faster than estimated, damaging marine life: Warn scientists  title=
    Oceans warming faster than estimated, damaging marine life: Warn scientists

    This is indeed a warning signal that our eco system will soon see a downfall. Scientists on 10 January reports that the rising ocean temperature is damaging marine life and the temp record is setting a trend.

  • Microplastic particles are creating chaos in ocean: Here's how  title=
    Microplastic particles are creating chaos in ocean: Here's how

    In the recent discovery led by a team of scientists in China, it has been revealed that the tiny particles of human-made plastics are polluting the deepest point in the ocean.

  • Super Blood WOLF Moon in 2019: All you need to know  title=
    Super Blood WOLF Moon in 2019: All you need to know

    It seems that the New Year 2019 will begin with a grand celestial event. The spectacular 'Super Blood Wolf Moon' is expected to excite sky watchers across the globe. A few days are the New Year day the world will witness Super Blood Wolf Moon Eclipse from January 20 onwards. It is when the moon will be at one of its closest positions on earth. This blood moon event will be followed by three celestial events and each of them will give incredible sight across the winter night sky.

  • Ocean temperature indicates shocking outcome: Study  title=
    Ocean temperature indicates shocking outcome: Study

    While global warming is a threat to our planet, the changing climate is also giving warning signals. The unexpected climate change is warming the world's ocean at faster pace, killing off aquatic organisms including coral reefs and marine forests. The warmer water is causing sea levels to rise, creating extreme weather events like hurricanes and likewise which affects the entire ecosystems.

  • Marine Scientists capture never seen actions of Dumbo Octopus  title=
    Marine Scientists capture never seen actions of Dumbo Octopus

    The Pacific Ocean is home to adorable marine creatures which are extra-ordinary and exclusive. This time, the marine scientists during the patrolling of Deep Ocean came across the rare view of Dumbo Octopus which is similar to Disney cartoons' octopus. Read the article to know about the best of exploration in the marine world.

  • Scientists discovers cafe of white shark in Pacific Ocean  title=
    Scientists discovers cafe of white shark in Pacific Ocean

    Possibly, a "White Shark Café"! In an attempt to explore the mighty Pacific Ocean, scientists have discovered a giant White Shark between California and Hawaii. The sharks are resting in an area similar to the size of Colorado and the place seems to be hangout zone for this great marine animals. However, researchers are unclear if the sharks are there for food or sex.

  • Sea turtles are at risk, plastic can kill them, says study  title=
    Sea turtles are at risk, plastic can kill them, says study

    Yet again, plastic has been declared as threat to the environment and animals living in. The surge of plastic into the world's oceans is taking an increasing toll on iconic marine species. A new study suggests that ingesting even a single piece of plastic can kill sea turtles. And, the young turtles are at higher risk of dying from exposure to plastic than adults.