News Intotheblue.it Random Marine Species Corallo di Staghorn - Acropora cervicornisIl corallo di staghorn (Acropora cervicornis) è un corallo sassoso ramificato con rami cilindrici che...Read more ... Carangidi - CarangidaeI Carangidi sono una famiglia di pesci ossei marini. Questi pesci hanno, nella quasi totalità, abitudini pelagiche e predatorie. Spesso sono gregari e vivono...Read more ... Corallo Rosso - Corallium RubrumIl corallo rosso, Corallium rubrum (Linnaeus, 1758), è un octocorallo della famiglia Coralliidae, diffuso nel...Read more ... https://www.sciencedaily.com/newsfeeds.htm Most rehabilitating sea turtles with infectious tumors don’t surviveSource: SciencedailyPublished on 2020-01-22Deep-sea osmolyte makes biomolecular machines heat-tolerantSource: SciencedailyPublished on 2020-01-22Walking sharks discovered in the tropicsSource: SciencedailyPublished on 2020-01-21Warmer and acidified oceans can lead to ‘hidden’ changes in species behaviorSource: SciencedailyPublished on 2020-01-21Mobile protected areas needed to protect biodiversity in the high seasSource: SciencedailyPublished on 2020-01-16Fossil is the oldest-known scorpionSource: SciencedailyPublished on 2020-01-16Discovery reveals how remora fishes know when to hitch a ride aboard their hostsSource: SciencedailyPublished on 2020-01-15‘The blob,’ food supply squeeze to blame for largest seabird 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