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Around the world, citizens are divided on the issue of fracking: will it be an answer to the need for renewable energy or will extracting shale gas do more harm to the environment than good?
Weddell seals are born with brains which are 70% the size of their parents, but a body mass of only 6-7%.
The Great Barrier Reef is one of the world’s natural wonders. It is a place where people from all over the world flock to, in order to dive or snorkel in the waters that surround it and marvel at the vast array of colours and sea life that live there. One would expect a place as diverse and important as this to be protected, however the Great Barrier Reef is in danger from rapid industrialisation and under threat from the building of large ports, dredging, dumping and a 7,000 carrier ship
There is nothing better than a vacation in a hot and sunny climate over summer, especially one which involves the beach and tanning lotion. However, this idyllic scene can become painfully interrupted by a sharp sting from an elusive marine culprit!
Since 2011, various campaigns have been launched in Europe with the sole purpose of radicalising the level of overfishing that occurs in European waters.
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