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Portal:Oceans/Facts
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Portal:Oceans/Facts ... travelled the world's oceans with the English explorer Thomas Cavendish between 1587 and 1592. edit  Portal:Oceans/Facts/21 Ocean Wind, a planned offshore...

Portal:Oceans/Facts/2
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Portal:Oceans/Facts/2 ... A "rain of fish" (a tornado that travels over the ocean, sucks up fish and then drops them over villages) is a common theme appearing in Honduran art...

Portal:Oceans/Facts/3
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Portal:Oceans/Facts/3 ... Nearly 350,000 metric tons of Pacific ocean perch (pictured) were caught in the Gulf of Alaska by Soviet and Japanese trawling fleets in 1965. Photos...

Portal:Oceans/Facts/1
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Portal:Oceans/Facts/1 ... 2000 completed the largest loop ever observed over the Atlantic Ocean. Underwater explosions produce ocean surface waves that are similar to tsunamis....

Portal:Oceans/Facts/20
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Portal:Oceans/Facts/20 ... photosynthesis. Christopher and Cosmas were two Japanese men who travelled the world's oceans with the English explorer Thomas Cavendish between 1587 and 1592....

Portal:Oceans/Facts/21
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Portal:Oceans/Facts/21 ... Ocean Wind, a planned offshore wind farm in the U.S., may use infrastructure at a closed nuclear power plant to access the electrical grid. Clover grass...

Portal:Oceans/Facts/22
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Portal:Oceans/Facts/22 ... Cousteau, was the first film to use underwater cinematography to show the ocean depths in color. Henry Seamount was hydrothermally active in the last 4...

Portal:Oceans/Facts/4
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Portal:Oceans/Facts/4 ... was the first transatlantic shipping company to operate a diesel-engined ocean liner. American actress Susan Oliver, after surviving a plane crash that...

Portal:Oceans/Facts/13
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Portal:Oceans/Facts/13 ... auretenra has been used to study the likely effects of ocean acidification on corals. The ocean liner SS Shalom accidentally rammed and bisected the Norwegian...

Portal:Oceans/Facts/7
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Portal:Oceans/Facts/7 ... discovered hydrothermal vents known as 'black smokers', on a mid-ocean ridge in the Pacific Ocean. Reproduction in the sea wasp Carybdea marsupialis involves...

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Portal:Cetaceans
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Portal:Tropical cyclones
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Portal:Lakes
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