by Juliana Kenny A study finds that cephalopods are increasing in number.Environment,cephalopod,climate change,global warming,ocean temperatures,squid,Juliana Kenny
by Juliana Kenny Global warming is negatively impacting the world's marine life.Environment,Australia,climate change,coral bleaching,coral reef,exoskeletons,global warming,Great Barrier Reef,marine life,Juliana Kenny
The desert pattern was previously thought to only exist in Africa.
Scientists are more keen on studying cute, popular animals.
Coral reefs are dying because of rising acidity in the world's oceans.
The 500-pound bird was sought after for its huge eggs.
Two sea snake sightings are thought to be results of changing ocean temperatures.
Recent research points to climate change as a factor in the disappearance of woolly mammoths.
Coral that lives in hotter waters can be crossbred with coral that is threatened by global warming.
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