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Black corals are actually brilliantly coloured

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Black corals are actually brilliantly coloured when alive: only their skeletons are black.

The Ghost Shark isn't actually a shark

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The Ghost Shark isn't actually a shark, but is closely related. It lives in waters between 200 and 1200 meters in depth.

Desmophyllum dianthus looks like the filamented

Image | 1 April, 2000 at 1:00

Desmophyllum dianthus looks like the filamented underside of a mushroom. The closest they reach the sea surface is in Fiordland at around 30m but more commonly grow in depths of 200m and down to 1500m. The golden coral is restricted almost...

The spiny seahorse.

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The spiny seahorse.

Some Gorgonian Corals can live at great depths

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Some Gorgonian Corals can live at great depths without sunlight.

Members of the Solar generation project installing

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Members of the Solar generation project installing solar panels in an Indian village.

Members of the Solar generation project on

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Members of the Solar generation project on a solar panel roof.

Sea otter at rehabilitation centre after

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Sea otter at rehabilitation centre after Exxon Valdez oil spill, Alaska.

Steller sea lions sitting on oil covered

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Steller sea lions sitting on oil covered rocks after Exxon Valdez oil spill

Greenpeace's Chemical House database helps

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Greenpeace's Chemical House database helps consumers select less toxic alternatives

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