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What if We Treated Our Oceans as if They Matter?

Under the restless surface of our seas, hundreds of miles from land, there's a world of giants and hunters; ancient lifeforms and lost cities.  These waters beyond national borders are home to creatures even more varied than in the tropical rainforests. They contain the highest and longest mountain range anywhere on our planet, and trenches deep enough to hold Mount Everest. They're the highways for whales, turtles, albatross and tuna on their cross-planet migrations.  Protecting these natural wonders is simply the right thing to do. But this isn't just about conscience. It's about survival.   Read more...

 

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