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The first thing that comes to our mind when we think about seagulls is not how they look like aerial ballet dancers of the ocean.
Coastal communities and travel enthusiasts from around the world have often pondered a common question: How can we transform the vast oceans that surround us into drinkable water?
Imagine a world without contrast, a monochrome tapestry of sameness. It's almost as unimaginable as a world without sunshine - or shadow.
"Once in a blue moon" is a phrase many of us toss around to describe something rare or special.
The beach is the ultimate frontier between land and water. But where exactly does it start and end private and public property? And what does the legislation say about free public access?
Lolita, the main attraction of the Miami Seaquarium, died at 57. The female marine animal was the second-oldest orca in captivity after Corky at SeaWorld San Diego.