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Secrets of Whale Shark Migration
August 27, 2013 | National Geographic

National Geographic has a story that explores the migration habits of the world’s largest fish – the whale shark – that can grow to lengths of up to 40 feet and weigh up to 5 tons.


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Canary Island Landslides and Atlantic Ocean Tsunami Generation
December 17, 2013 | National Oceanography Centre
"The risk posed by tsunami waves generated by Canary Island landslides may need to be re-evaluated, according to researchers at the National Oceanography Centre. Their findings suggest that these landslides result in smaller tsunami waves than previously thought by some authors, because of the processes involved." Quoted from a National Oceanography Centre press release. Related: Atlantic Ocean Tsunamis

Atlantic White Shark Study
August 4, 2013 | Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution
"This particular project will be the most in-depth study of Atlantic white sharks conducted to date," President of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Susan Avery says.

Life on a Whale Skeleton a Mile Below the Antarctic
March 19, 2013 | Los Angeles Times
A 35-foot-long whale skeleton on the Antarctic sea floor - nearly one mile below the surface - was supporting a diversity of life including nine previously unknown deep-sea species.


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