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tahoe leighšŸŽ 3h
This hopeless look says it all! - Humans swallowing tiny plastic particles in food (and even more!)
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NGU 4h
Comprehensive interdisciplinary cooperation is needed for the dissemination of knowledge about species and their habitats - esp. .Thanks for representing NGU geologists the steering committee for Norwegian Biodiversity Info. Centre
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Baiji 1h
Thank you@save_the_ocean______ Your support means a lot to our team! Would you like to be part of our mission? Post about and let your friends know about us!
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Catherine Morris 2h
"A cocoon of mucus" - one of those times that nature manages to be both charming and gross at the same time
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Ocean Sciences 44m
Check out these amazing pics taken yesterday by as part of
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One Blue Bucket 32m
, particularly is in the making & affects all . Me @ the "I'll I have an order of fried ...hold the !"
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Burchill's B and B 2h
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Kobee ManateeĀ® 44m
wreaks havoc on at Golden Sands Park in Indian River County via
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Lou 20h
šŸ˜®amazing creatures like this exist and we get to see them
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Antiplastic 38m
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Evan Kirstel Oct 22
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WA Museum 10h
The vividly coloured nudibranchs or sea slugs do not possess a shell but rely on toxic chemical secretions for protection. Many, especially the tropical species, are brightly coloured allowing them to advertise their toxicity and inedibility.
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Aria Green 2h
More Interesting topics about Water pollution and treatment research at : , Submit your abstract and be a part of this international conference
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greenseas 8h
"The proof we all eat plastic". have been suffering from our excessive use for years. Now it's affecting us too, maybe this will be the reason to make people reduce their use of ?
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Don Bosco Green Alliance 13h
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Kobee ManateeĀ® 3h
Protections for the Are Critical for via
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Kobee ManateeĀ® 2h
'Living seawall' helps bring new to Sarasota Bay
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Konk 15m
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Ko Olina Activities 15h
The way these make us feel! This beautiful Hawaiian Monk Seal was captured napping at Ko Olina (with a zoom lens) by šŸ˜“
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Marine Institute 4h
We are the lead partner for the CoCliME project, which aims to co-develop climate services for adaptation to changing marine ecosystems across Europe. Give them a follow or visit for more information
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