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Protect Marine Life Issue Date: 06-11-2017

Cool Spots image Ocean Defender, oceandefenderhawaii.com, is an organization in Hawaii dedicated to educating people about preserving ocean life. Check out Join Us for tips on how you can help protect sea creatures by taking simple steps such as using reusable water bottles and eco-friendly products, and conserving water. In Education, watch the ODF Video Series and learn how to respect sea turtles while snorkeling. Ocean Defender’s founder shares why several species of marine life, such as endangered sea turtles, depend on coral reefs for survival in the Reef Project. Visit the Kids area in Blogs and More to find easy ways to help.

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Deep Sea Creatures Issue Date: 03-12-2017

Cool Spots image Did you know that the deepest part of the ocean is more than 36,000 feet? The Smithsonian Institution’s Ocean Portal presents The Deep Sea, ocean.si.edu/deep-sea, a look at the creatures living in the dark waters miles below the ocean’s surface. Select Fascinating Animals in Diversity to watch a Deep Ocean Diversity Slideshow. In Research and Exploration, learn how scientists from 80 nations discovered 5,000 new species in a Census of Marine Life. In Tools and Technology, read about Underwater Vehicles like Jason ROV and Hercules ROV, which can withstand deep water’s temperature and pressure.

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Animal Research Issue Date: 07-24-2016

Cool Spots imageThe Aquarium of the Pacific presents its Online Learning Center, www.aquariumofpacific.org/onlinelearningcenter. You’ll want to bookmark this page for your next animal research project. Click an image for Species Overview and see an in-depth description. Information is easy to find, as the site is organized alphabetically and by classification. You may even find sea creatures you have never seen before, such as the beautiful Pacific Sea Nettle. Visit Birds and meet the Little Blue (Fairy) Penguin, the world’s smallest penguin. Gather facts about its habitat, diet, geographical distribution and behavior.

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Fish and Kids Issue Date: 05-29-2016

Cool Spots imageThe Marine Stewardship Council created Fish and Kids, fishandkids.msc.org/en/play, a fun place to learn about sustainable fishing. The Fishy Fact Files contain photos, eating habits and habitats of many types of fish. Did you know that herring are caught in the Northeast Atlantic? Read the files to see where your favorite fish live. Most professional fishermen focus on one species. A Day in the Life of... gives an idea of how they catch different types of fish. Watch Seafood Sabotage in Games and Films to see how Raymond Blanc solves the mystery. Can you pass the Big Oceans Quiz?

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Sea Life Issue Date: 12-06-2015

Cool Spots imageExplore Earth’s oceans in Google Earth, tinyurl.com/o5kh3w4. Cousteau Ocean World features clips of adventures of ocean explorers, from torch divers to oceanauts, to brave divers being lowered to the bottom of the ocean in cages for early shark-tagging. Did you know that there are canyons at the bottom of the ocean? The Ocean Seafloor takes the water out of the ocean virtually so you can see what the bottom looks like. The Shinkai 6500 is a research vehicle that travels to unexplored areas of the ocean. See some of its beautiful discoveries, such as marine snow.

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