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Decades ago, the sight of seagrass swaying beneath the waters off south Florida conjured romance for those who dangled their fishing lines in hopes of catching redfish, snook or mangrove snapper.
 
Bleaching hits 93% of Barrier Reef: scientists
Australia's Great Barrier Reef is suffering its worst coral bleaching in recorded history with 93 percent of the World Heritage site affected, scientists said Wednesday, as they revealed the phenomenon is also hitting the other side of the country.
 
Earth's hot streak continues for a record 11 months
Earth's record monthly heat streak has hit 11 months in a row -- a record in itself.
 
An archaeological dig at the boyhood home of Malcolm X in Boston has turned up some surprising findings, but not necessarily related to the early life of the slain civil rights activist.
 
Chernobyl becomes a testing ground for recovery of wildlife
What happens when the site of the world's worst nuclear accident is left all but abandoned for nearly 30 years?
 
1 of world's oldest libraries turns a new page
The settling dust from renovations and the banging of tools aren't ideal sights and sounds for a library -- but this is no ordinary library.
 
Coral bleaching has been detected in Sydney Harbour for the first time, Australian scientists said Tuesday, blaming the damaging phenomenon also found in the Great Barrier Reef on warming sea-surface temperatures.
 
We all lie, scientists say, but politicians more so
This is the season of lies.
 
Tracking elephants as railway cuts Kenya
Dangling from a helicopter with a high powered rifle, a Kenyan vet fires drugged darts at elephants to sedate them so they can be fitted with satellite collars.
 
Defender of Cambodia's forests wins Goldman Prize
The latest crackdown on illegal logging in Cambodia is "just a game" and big timber traders are winning, says Ouch Leng, a former government official who has spent two decades helping poor villagers fight poaching of precious tropical forests.
 
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