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Category: Ecology

Who heard of red tide?

One of the strangest and least common natural phenomena, which has intensified in recent years due to an increase in the use of marine transportation,

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Why do coral reefs die?

Coral bleaching is a phenomenon occurring in most coral reefs around the world (see NOAA map). Bleaching is a disease affecting the algae in coral

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Hunger

According to UN estimates, the number of people in the world suffering from malnutrition is approximately 880 million, slightly less than 1/7 of the world’s

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A Sun on earth

On November 16, 2018 a scientific milestone was recorded – scientists conducting experiments in Chinese laboratories produced an “artificial sun”. This “sun” reached a temperature

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Sea wasp

Meet the sea wasp, one of the Box jellyfish species, one of the most dangerous jellyfish in the world. The venom of a single jellyfish

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