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Marine heatwaves cause species to move 'thousands of miles'

Marine heatwaves are forcing sea turtles, whales and other wildlife to relocate thousands of miles from their natural habitats

8/7/2020 12:40:00 AM

Marine heatwaves are forcing sea turtles, whales and other wildlife to relocate thousands of miles from their natural habitats

Research measures the shifts in sea surface temperatures that can cause turtles, whales and other species to move 'thousands of miles'.

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