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Turtles killed 'in millions' by fishing gear

A new study finds that millions of marine turtles have been killed during the last two decades through entrapment in fishing gear, with especially high rates of "bycatch" in the Mediterranean and eastern Pacific.

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Regatta racer dies after fall

A 46-year-old sailor participating in a Caribbean regatta was killed when he fell on the companionway and hit his head. He leaves a wife and 14-year-old stepson.

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Forecasters marks 50th anniversary of weather satellites

Fifty years ago on April 1, the world's first weather satellite lifted off from Cape Canaveral, Fla., and opened a new dimension in weather forecasting.

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Grounded tanker is a ‘time bomb’

A stranded Chinese coal ship leaking oil onto Australia's Great Barrier Reef is an environmental time bomb with the potential to devastate large protected areas of the reef, activists said Monday.

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New boating laws now in effect

With the start of a new boating season, new safety laws are will be enforced in numerous states around the country.

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