Rarest Marine Species in the World // Fight For Their Survival

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From sea otters to manatees to river dolphins, sea animals all over the world can’t seem to escape the harm caused by humanity. Pollution has shrunk their habitats, taken away their resources and food. Litter has strangled them, choked them to death. Hunting has left them dead for their shells and their meat. With some…

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Sea Lions Are in Danger // And That Means We Are Too

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Doug Torres has a lot of claims to fame. First, there are his looks. This one is a no-brainer — just look at him. Did you know he was on a magazine cover once? Yeah, that was during a short stint as a model. And he’s sure that would have gone on a lot longer…

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The Community and Conservation Behind TideTurn

You’ve been hearing all about TideTurn’s gameplay, lore, and defenders — and how the Stanion Studios team makes it all happen. But now meet the woman who brings all this information to you.  Meet Carolina Almeida! You may have already interacted with her on Twitter or seen her talk about TideTurn on stream. But she’s…

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Animal Killers, Ocean Destroyers // Plastic Must Be Stopped

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Crato was still waiting rather impatiently. It was the baby sea monster’s first solo mission and they weren’t back at Almagest’s lair yet.  It was a simple mission, he thought. The baby sea monsters would just patrol the perimeter of the lair, looking for signs of D.R.I. sabotage or infiltration. It wouldn’t be the first…

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Are Atlantians Among Us? // If So, They Would Be Angry

Atlantians Atlantis TideTurn

Humanity has long been seen as the rulers of the planet, the species that has reigned over the land on earth. Our structures jut into the clouds. Our inventions change the shape of the land and dictate how ecosystems function — if they survive. Our communities spread for miles and miles, claiming almost every continent. …

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Is It Time For the Gaming Community to Step Up for Ocean Conservation?

There are currently over 5.25 trillion pieces of plastic waste in our oceans. As a result, over 100 million marine animals die each year. When combined with climate disruption, oil and gas exploration, offshore fracking, oil drilling and refinery spills, nuclear weapons testing, floods of sewerage from every country on earth, pharmaceutical and industrial waste,…

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