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5 reasons to feel hopeful about the oceans in 2019
by Priya Shukla
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30 December 2018
On 30 December 2018 Forbes reported:
Five good reasons to be optimistic about the world's oceans in 2019: There are unknown ocean habitats waiting to be found; More of the ocean is protected from human activity; There are new species to be discovered; Coral reefs may be more resilient than we think; and, some fisheries are recovering. Plus, considered extinct nearly a decade ago, the world's rarest bird, the Madagascar Pochard, has been released into the wild.
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