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Mexican Street Corn Dip

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Sometimes you want to eat a light, simple salad with dressing on the side. And some nights (like tonight) you want to fall face-first into a giant bowl of delicious dip. This Mexican street corn dip with cotija and Monterey Jack cheese is highly addictive, so whip up a batch, grab a bag of tortilla chips and invite some friends over. (Oh, and tell them to bring cervezas. Read more

September 17, 2019 |

DUGONG TO SPERM WHALE: WHERE TO SEE AND FOLLOW AUSTRALIA’S MARINE WILDLIFE

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PRESS RELEASE:

  • New research finds the hotspots and habitats for migrating marine animals across Australasia

  • Follow the path of some of the world’s most fascinating marine animals on their migration or use the tool to visit their key nesting and feeding locations

  • Read about the animals included and learn about the ways to discover these animals in a sustainable way 

Read more

September 11, 2019 |

Google Earth Has a Street View of Tubbataha Reef

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You can tour the reef like a scuba diver and zoom in on corals and marine life.

Tubbataha Reef is a collection of coral reefs in the Sulu Sea. In 1993, the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization or UNESCO declared it a World Heritage Site because of its very high density of marine species. It sits at the center of the world’s coral triangle, where a dense concentration of marine life is found: It hosts 75 percent of the world’s described coral species and 40 percent of all the world’s described reef fish. Read more

August 29, 2019 |
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