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Coast Guard arrest 12 fishermen with 4400 kgs of dead Shark 12 fishermen held with 4400 kgs Shark

Coast Guard regularly run operation to nab poachers in the Sundarban area where shark fishing is prohibited


Hawaii seeks to ban 'reef-unfriendly' sunscreen Hawaii seeks to ban 'reef-unfriendly' sunscreen

A proposed Hawaiian bill aims to stop the sale of lotions containing certain UV-filters, but their effects on coral are disputed


Community involvement in mangrove management makes them sustainable: Study Community involvement makes mangrove sustainable: Study

The study says, mangrove forests are overwhelmingly managed by government institutions that often fall under the jurisdiction of multiple ministries


Why don't we see space junk in the photos of the Earth Why don't we see space junk in the photos of the Earth

Satellites are designed to not crash into each other, which means that it’s very rare that their paths cross


Bay of Bengal: huge dead zone signal tipping point Bay of Bengal: huge dead zone signal tipping point

Long treated as a bottomless resource pit, over-exploitation of the ocean, pollution and rising sea levels are having a catastrophic impact


Here's how climate change impacts women the most Here's how climate change impacts women the most

This feminisation of climate change-induced challenges do not get the attention of government agencies and this serious gap that needs to be addressed


Modern agriculture turns France's wild hamsters into 'crazed cannibals' France's corn-eating hamsters turn into 'cannibals'

Starving rodents in north-eastern France are suffering from vitamin deficiencies that prompt them to eat their own young


Skeleton offers clues to medieval spread of leprosy Skeleton offers clues to medieval spread of leprosy

Scientific detective work suggests the man was a religious pilgrim who may have caught the disease on his travels


Trashed electronics are piling up across Asia Trashed electronics are piling up across Asia

E-waste has risen by 63 percent in just 5 years, according to a latest U.N. report


Meet new ‘Harry Potter’ crab Meet new ‘Harry Potter’ crab

A paper published Monday in ZooKeys describes the recently identified crab Harryplax severus, named after two Harry Potter characters


One million palm trees plantation begun to cut lightning toll Palm tree plantation begins to cut lightning toll

Disaster officials spent several months looking at ways to reduce the toll and the tree planting programme is the first of several measure brought in


How the panda’s ‘thumb’ evolved twice How the panda’s ‘thumb’ evolved twice

Giant pandas and the distantly related red pandas may have independently evolved an extra ‘digit’ — a false thumb — through changes to the same genes


Bangladesh struggles to turn the tide on climate change as sea levels rise Bangladesh struggles as sea levels rise

From incessant rains to flooded rice fields, the economic impact of global warming has been keenly felt in the coastal town of Cox’s Bazar


Enormous Antarctic ice shelf rift grows by another 6 miles Enormous Antarctic ice shelf rift grows by another 6 miles

A more than 100-mile-long crack in one of Antarctica's largest ice shelves grew another 6 miles…


New moth named 'in honor' of Donald Trump New moth named 'in honor' of Donald Trump

''I am hoping that by appealing to Mr Trump's good nature the next administration will make an effort to continue protecting the fragile habitats''

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