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  • STRANGE DAYS ON PLANET EARTH: OCEANS

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Unrelated events and issues are bubbling up from the depths of the world's water supply, forcing scientists and investigators to find solutions to some bizarre mysteries.

A series of seemingly unrelated events and issues are bubbling up from the depths of the world's water supply, forcing scientists and investigators to sleuth out solutions to some bizarre mysteries. What connection does over-fishing in Ghana have to a stench that occasionally overwhelms the coastal villages of Namibia? Why are majestic seabirds starving on remote Pacific Islands? What could be causing the flesh of America's most iconic fish, the striped bass, to melt?
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