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Ancient Shipwreck Off Greek Island Yields A Different Sort Of Treasure

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New York's whales to be studied for the first time

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Scientists now listening for whales in New York waters with real-time acoustic buoy

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Acoustic buoy lets scientists eavesdrop on whales in real-time

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SharkCam tracks great whites into the deep

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WHOI Researchers Help to Uncover More Artifacts from Ancient Shipwreck

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Baker to speak on marine tech at WHOI

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See dramatic SharkCam footage tonight on Discovery Channel

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Hear the First Recording of a Whale and Thousands of Other Marine Mammals

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Antikythera Excavation Yields Second Shipwreck and New Artifacts

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Maverick scientist thinks he has discovered a magnetic sixth sense in humans

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Stinging Jellyfish Come to Jersey, But Beaches Still Safe

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Woods Hole researchers interested in shark of a different color

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