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Deep-water seagrass covers an area twice the size of New Jersey and stores 28 million metric tons of blue carbon.
"BMI was associated with deaths from nearly all major causes," the study author told Newsweek.
This "masterpiece of engineering" could transform our understanding of storms.
"Oh my God, they're eating each other," a woman can be heard saying in the video.
The Dutch ship was carrying contraband when it sank.
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Rip currents, winds and rough beach conditions still threaten Atlantic coastline.
Drug companies are losing out in innovation because high finance prefers to fund technology.
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A fractured regulatory system hampered by Big Pharma's meddling has led to a growing global falsification market.
A love of pygmy music led Louis Sarno to a life in the jungles of the Central African Republic.
Central Africa and Venezuela get the most lightning.