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Costa Rica Directs its Efforts Towards Protecting the Ocean

Costa Rica began 2022 implementing ocean diplomacy in favor of the protection of marine resources in different areas. The country is determined to continue...

Costa Rica explores using the ocean to generate electric power

The generation of maritime energy is technologically viable, but it is currently not very accessible from a financial point of view.

Fishing in Costa Rica: Catching roosterfish in a washing machine

When we arrived at Matapalo Rock, I thought about renaming the famous landmark – at least for this one day – either Whirlpool or Maytag: it was like the spindle of a washing machine, and the water was on the agitate cycle.

CO2 in oceans may ‘intoxicate’ fish, study finds

Scientists have calculated that rising CO2 concentrations in oceans could soon cause a phenomenon called hypercapnia in fish, whereby they lose their sense of direction.

Creating coral that can survive climate change

Scientists are working to develop strains of coral that will be able to withstand changing ocean conditions.

This one species of octopus plays with its food and has really weird sex

The larger Pacific striped octopus displays mating and hunting behavior unlike any other, suggesting that the routines we think of as being "normal" for an octopus might just be the only ones we've observed.

Eugenie Clark, ‘shark lady’ who explored ocean depths, dies at 92

Clark was a tireless defender of sharks. She filmed dozens of documentaries and television specials and wrote for National Geographic and other publications, often about the need to protect shark species and their surroundings.

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