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Humpback Whales 'Sing Like a Choir' for Festive Dinner in Pitch-Black Ocean
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Whales make 'tick-tock' noises while hunting togethe...

A new research has revealed that humpback whales make "tick-tock" noises while hunting together at night in deep, pitch-black water, but are silent when hunting alone. Zee News, 2 days ago

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Oceans were always there on Earth: Scientists

Debunking previous theories that water came late to Earth well after the planet had formed, researchers have significantly moved back the clock for the first evidence of water on Earth and in the inner solar system. "The answer to one of the basic questions ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Shared Waters: Conflict, Cooperation, and Transformation  Alaskapublic.org1 day ago There's Even More Plastic on the Ocean Floor Than on Its Surface  MSNBC Newsweek2 days ago Ocean and Earth Science at Southampton once again ranked as world-leading  University of Southampton20 hours ago

Africa: Research Documents Fast-Warming Arctic With Global Implications

Washington — The Arctic is warming at twice the rate of anywhere else on Earth, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) announced December 17. A new NOAA-led report shows that Arctic air temperatures continue to rise at more ...
 AllAfrica.com5 hours ago Research Documents Fast-Warming Arctic With Global Implications [document]  Individual.com4 hours ago Scientists find new mechanism that contributes to Arctic warming  Down to Earth1 month ago
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Watch Researcher Freak Over Rare Shark Sighting

Jane J. Lee Every now and then, buried among hours of deep-sea video as exciting as watching grass grow, the ocean serves up a heart-pounding surprise—like a rare Greenland shark where none had been seen before. Researchers spotted the ...
 National Geographic2 days ago Video: Researcher Shocked by Discovery of Rare Greenland Shark, in Far North  MSNBC Newsweek1 day ago Rare Deep-Sea Shark Astonishes Arctic Researchers  Inquisitr2 days ago Video of a Rare Deep-Sea Shark Blows One Scientist's Mind  TakePart1 day ago

Earth's Entrails Hold Enough Water to Fill the Pacific Ocean, Researchers Argue

Study claims young Earth made its own water through geologic processes, eventually released some of it to the surface Researchers believe Earth can make its own water 5 photos VIEW ALL Just days ago, scientists with the European Space ...
 Softpedia1 day ago Water volumes equal to Pacific Ocean could be stored deep inside Earth says study  International Business Times UK1 day ago Ancient Earth may have made its own water: Rock circulating in mantle feeds world's oceans even today, evidence suggests  Science Daily1 day ago Life Could Lurk Deep Beneath Earth—in Its Oldest Water  Newser21 hours ago
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Was Earth formed with giant 'oceans' inside?

Oceans believed to be 400-600 kilometres (250-375 miles) beneath our feet Researchers say the same amount of water that currently fills the Pacific Ocean could be buried deep inside the planet right now 1.5 percent of the rock analysed comprises ...
 Capital Bay1 day ago Earth may have formed with oceans in its interior  Business Standard India1 day ago Does the Saturn moon hide a 'fossil' core or an ocean?  Prokerala2 months ago
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Tiny Plastic Bits Too Small To See Are Destroying The Oceans

See Also There are at least 268,000 tonnes of plastic floating around in the oceans, according to new research by a global team of scientists. The world generates 288m tonnes of plastic worldwide each year, just a little more than the annual ...
 Business Insider2 days ago Scientists estimate weight of plastic floating in the ocean  Terra Daily3 days ago Our Oceans May Hold 250,000 Tons Of Trash — 10 Times What We Thought  Business Insider3 days ago How Much Plastic Is Floating In Our Oceans?  Med India1 week ago

5.25 trillion plastic bits float in oceans: Study

The ships conducting the research travelled the seas collecting small bits of plastic with nets and estimated worldwide figures from their samples. By John Schwartz It is no secret that the world's oceans are swimming with plastic debris — the first ...
 Economic Times1 week ago 5.25 Trillion Bits of Plastic Float in Oceans  NDTV1 week ago
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Research Suggests Earth's Ancient Oceans Had Lower Sulfate Concentration Than Previously Thought

The Earth's ancient oceans had much lower content of sulfate than previously thought, a new study has said. The findings paint a new portrait of our planet's early biosphere and primitive marine life. Organisms require sulfur as a nutrient, and it plays a ...
 Med India1 month ago Ancient oceans were starved of key nutrient  Jagran Post1 month ago
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Oceans may have arisen on Earth billions of years earlier than believed

A new study researched on evidence of water on Earth and in the inner solar system saying that the oceans arrived early to Earth than expected. The study conducted at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) suggested that that it wasn't necessary ...
 Zee News1 month ago Cosmic rays threaten manned missions to Mars  Jagran Post1 month ago
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