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Spectacular Photograph Captures Bioluminescent Plankton And Aurora At The Same Time

Tasmania is not exactly lacking in natural beauty, but sometimes it just seems to be showing off. Last week, four photographers were attempting to capture the Aurora Australis when they came across something even more rare, and arguably more spectacular. Continue reading Spectacular Photograph Captures Bioluminescent Plankton And Aurora At The Same Time

More dead fish, marine life at Pasir Ris beach

SINGAPORE — Following the mass fish deaths that affected farmers along the eastern Johor Straits over the weekend, other marine wildlife, including species such as Frogfish, horseshoe crab and puffer fish, have washed up on Pasir Ris beach.

The Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority (AVA) said the post-mortem results of fish samples collected from the affected farms indicated the Continue reading More dead fish, marine life at Pasir Ris beach

Climate change disrupts Arabian Sea with little-known, voracious plankton

Dead zones, or marine areas with levels of dissolved oxygen so low few things can exist, are becoming increasingly common as climate changes and soaring pollution from human populations combine to put record stress on waterways. This trend is alarming in most places, because marine life Continue reading Climate change disrupts Arabian Sea with little-known, voracious plankton