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BBC Earth 2h
Alone in the middle of the ocean, islands are havens of life
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BBC Earth 4h
Overfishing and changing sea temperatures are pushing seabirds to the brink of extinction (Via )
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BBC Earth 10h
Replying to @DupIoH
Sadly, at times they cant tell the difference between fish and plastic. Additionally, fish eat plastic and the birds eat the fish 😢
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BBC Earth 10h
Replying to @superfiz27
Recycling helps but we also need to use less plastic. Find out how you can help here:
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BBC Earth 12h
Could you walk around with 12kg of plastic in your stomach?
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BBC Earth 14h
Once thought of as solitary creatures, scientists discover 'underwater city' full of octopuses living side by side
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BBC Earth 16h
Here's a kid-friendly video with some simple ways to help the ocean!
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BBC Earth 17h
Early humans spread throughout the world by hopping from island to island across the Pacific
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BBC Earth 23h
It has been a catastrophic summer for the endangered North Atlantic right whale and the people dedicated to saving them
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BBC Earth Dec 11
Fish are the sex-switching masters of the animal kingdom
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BBC Earth Dec 11
‘Underwater city’ reveals mysterious octopus world, by
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BBC Earth Dec 11
“We need to act now and we need to act together" 💙
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BBC Breakfast Dec 11
A million pieces of plastic per square mile. 🌊 That shocking statistic was revealed on last night but is there something we can do about it?
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BBC Earth Dec 11
The future is uncertain for Earth's incredible island worlds
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BBC Three Dec 11
"THIS IS WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU CHUCK YOUR PLASTIC BAGS IN THE SEA" on .
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BBC Earth Dec 11
The right whales’ darkest summer: For a species of fewer than 500 individuals, it has been a catastrophic year
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The Conversation Dec 10
academic consultants have a message – it's one that humanity cannot afford to ignore: Retweet this THREAD to sensitise more people about human impact on our marine life.
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Huw Griffiths Dec 10
'I love because... there are not enough words in the universe to fully explain why! But this video helps....’ Share your thoughts with us
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BBC Earth Dec 10
Fortunately, diving camera operator René managed to get the plastic bucket off the young sperm whale, but it wasn’t easy
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