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A new report says global warming is spreading disease among animals and humans. Photo / 123rf

Global warming making oceans 'sick', scientists warn

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The 14 Habits of Highly Miserable People (How to succeed at self-sabotage) Good things to remember.

Victoria, Australia 1960s: 1960: Hi Jinx wins the Melbourne Cup. Picture: Herald Sun Image Library

HISTORY: 'Hi Jinx' wins the 1960 Melbourne Cup (image courtesy of the 'Herald Sun' Image Library)

The great white shark can grow up to 21 feet and is responsible for the most reported unprovoked attacks on humans, even though humans are not their choice of prey.

The tiger shark falls second to the great white on attacks towards humans. Though most attacks are not fatal, tiger sharks often dwell along shallow reefs, harbors, and canals, giving them many opportunities to encounter humans.

A luminous natural phenomenon is drawing photographers to a bay in Tasmania.

'Sea sparkle' algae lights up Tasmanian beach

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Nikon Surf Photo of the Year contest shows incredible ocean images from the world's best

Molly, at between 48 and 53 years old, is the ‘Grand Dame’ at the Dolphin Research Center. - “Molly is a survivor, and she continues to beat the odds,” said Rick Trout, who spent a decade caring for Molly and training her to do tricks for the wealthy before fighting to have her retired to a dolphin sanctuary.

Molly, the ‘Grand Dame’ of captive dolphins, continues to beat odds in the Keys

Molly, at between 48 and 53 years old, is the ‘Grand Dame’ at the Dolphin Research Center. - “Molly is a survivor, and she continues to beat the odds,” said Rick Trout, who spent a decade caring for Molly and training her to do tricks for the wealthy before fighting to have her retired to a dolphin sanctuary.

Paua divers are appealing to Parliament for help with their number one workplace hazard - increasingly aggressive great white sharks. - New Zealand Herald

The "Big Three" sharks that pose the greatest threats to humans are white sharks, tiger sharks and bull sharks, according to the latest shark attack statistics and journal repor.

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