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Sea Fan Decor Inspiration from the Lilly Pulitzer Tysons Galleria store. A possibility for that curved wall in the dining room or kitchen?

Some coral reef fish may be better prepared to cope with rising CO2 in the world's oceans -- thanks to their parents. (Credit: © crisod / Fotolia)

Fish learn to cope in a high carbon dioxide world, new study suggests

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In May of the first warm blooded fish was discovered. Lampris guttatus (otherwise known as Opah or Moonfish) is a deep-sea dwelling endotherm, meaning it internally regulates its body.

Animals in the Coral Reef | tropical coral reef provides shelter for huge numbers of animals ...

Reefs at Risk report says coral reef, like this one off Fiji are in danger. The consequences – especially for countries that depend of reefs for food – will be severe.


Image detail for -As the seas become more acidic through global warming and increased carbon dioxide levels, there's a real possibility that coral reefs and the sea life that relies .

The gharial (Gavialis gangeticus), also known as the gavial, and the fish-eating crocodile, is a crocodilian of the family Gavialidae, native to the Indian Subcontinent. The global gharial population is estimated at less than 235 individuals, which are threatened by loss of riverine habitat, depletion of fish resources and use of fishing nets.

Gharial (Gavialis gangeticus) is a crocodilian of the family Gavialidae native to the Indian Subcontinent; it is also known as the gavial.

The Great Barrier Reef. One place I want to go to when I go back to Australia some day again. It looks beautiful.

Great Barrier Reef, Australia

What Happened To Coral Reef ? | STOP OVERFISHING

What Happened To Coral Reef ?

Bleached Coral Reefs Bounce Back - shows how resilient nature is.

✮ Fiji - Reef Scene. Snorkeling would be better, but this will do.

Fiji, Reef Scene With Orange-Fin Anemonefish School Lyretail Anthias Surface Amphiprion Chrysopterus (Stichodactyla Mertensii) Pseudanthias Squamipinnis Poster Print x