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Artistic Director Kris Nelson Celebrates The Return Of The LIFT Festival

Artistic Director Kris Nelson Celebrates The Return Of The LIFT Festival

We’re so thrilled to be bringing LIFT 2022 to life. London, it’s been too long. With ‘Unexpected Perspectives’ as our theme, LIFT 2022 asks you to shift how you take in the world and experience performance: whether that’s from a birds’ eye view, around a campfire, or hunting for ghosts in a shopping centre. You’ll …

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Millions of years ago, the megalodon ruled the oceans – why did it disappear?  †  FIU News

Millions of years ago, the megalodon ruled the oceans – why did it disappear? † FIU News

Roaming the ancient seas eons ago, the megalodon shark eviscerated its prey with jaws that were 10 feet wide. Warpaintcobra/iStock via Getty Images Plus Michael Heithaus, Florida International University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question you’d like an expert to answer, send it to curiouskidsus@theconversation.com. When …

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Sedona Film Fest presents One Ocean Film Tour premiere June 25-30 – Sedona.Biz

Sedona Film Fest presents One Ocean Film Tour premiere June 25-30 – Sedona.Biz

Sedona News – The Sedona International Film Festival is proud to present the Northern Arizona premiere of the One Ocean Film Tour showing June 25-30 at the Alice Gill-Sheldon Theater and Mary D. Fisher Theatre. Curated by Adventure Entertainment — the world’s leading provider of premium adventure films — the One Ocean Film Tour is …

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Five highly protected marine areas to be set up in English waters |  conservation

Five highly protected marine areas to be set up in English waters | conservation

Five highly protected marine areas (HPMAs) will this week be created by the government to ban all fishing and rewild the sea, the Guardian has learned. The new generation of marine nature reserves, which are governed by tougher regulations to allow decimated sea life to recover, are being set up close to the coast of …

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Millions of years ago, the megalodon ruled the oceans – why did it disappear?

Millions of years ago, the megalodon ruled the oceans – why did it disappear?

Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question you’d like an expert to answer, send it to curiouskidsus@theconversation.com. When did the megalodon shark go extinct, and why? – Landon, age 10 Imagine traveling back in time and observing the oceans of 5 million years ago. As you stand …

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Finding the “Holy Grail” of Shipwrecks May Lead to More Deep-Sea Discoveries

Finding the “Holy Grail” of Shipwrecks May Lead to More Deep-Sea Discoveries

Explorers discover that the deep sea’s ‘holy grail’ of shipwrecks is not alone. Images from a centuries-old galleon sunk by enemy forces reveal not just a billion-dollar prize but also rare, never-before-seen discoveries. (Photo : Pixabay) Traversing the Ocean A high-tech vehicle traveling around the bottom off the coast of Colombia on a mission to …

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Fresh fishing season commences with new hope;  a few boats enjoy decent prawn catches on day one

Fresh fishing season commences with new hope; a few boats enjoy decent prawn catches on day one

After the 61-day-long annual fishing ban, more than 50% of the mechanized boats of the district resumed fishing on Wednesday with the new hope of getting good harvest during this season. While 264 mechanised boats, all being operated from the Thoothkudi Fishing Harbor and involved in ‘day fishing’, should leave the harbor at 5 am …

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