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Playground and driveway sealer causes toxicity and damage to DNA

That black liquid that's sprayed on driveways and playgrounds to protect the asphalt underneath from damage may be doing a lot more than we think. If it has coal-tar in it, it is toxic, not only to aquatic life, but to humans.

Photo Essay: Wonders of nature at the Vancouver Aquarium Special

Vancouver - About 50,000 aquatic creatures make their home at the Vancouver Aquarium. With a focus on communication and research, the dazzling exhibits entertain and educate visitors promoting conservation of wildlife in marine and freshwater environments.

Review: John P. Smol — Oil sands and lake ecosystems study — Part 1 Special

Kingston - This is a 2 Part interview with Professor John Smol, (Department of Biology, Queen’s University). Part 1 has excerpts from “Legacy of a half century of Athabasca oil sands development recorded by lake ecosystems.” Questions and results are discussed

Op-Ed: John P. Smol — Environmental oil sands commentary — Part 2 Special

Calgary - “Environmental oil sands commentary - Part 2” is a continuation of questions asked of John P. Smol based on the commentary by Peter V. Hodson called “History of environmental contamination by oil extraction” about the Kurek et al (2013) oil sands.

The New England Aquarium: A Unique Experience

Founded in 1969, the New England Aquarium is considered a pioneer in revolutionizing the aquarium experience via its emphasis on a more natural setting for the aquatic wonders of nature. Read on for more details about an important and magical place.
 

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Beautiful chorals provide refuge for colourful tropical fish.
Beautiful chorals provide refuge for colourful tropical fish.
Entrance to the Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park  Vancouver  BC.
Entrance to the Vancouver Aquarium in Stanley Park, Vancouver, BC.
Tropical fish at the Vancouver Aquarium.
Tropical fish at the Vancouver Aquarium.
Tropical fish at the Vancouver Aquarium.
Tropical fish at the Vancouver Aquarium.
Jellyfish known as West Coast sea nettle (Chrysaora fuscescens) is a common medusa that lives in the...
Jellyfish known as West Coast sea nettle (Chrysaora fuscescens) is a common medusa that lives in the East Pacific Ocean from Canada to Mexico.
Spotted jelly or Papuan jellyfish (Mastigias papua). This a species of Scyphozoa lives in the waters...
Spotted jelly or Papuan jellyfish (Mastigias papua). This a species of Scyphozoa lives in the waters of the Indo-West Pacific.
The white-blotched river stingray (Potamotrygon leopoldi) is a fish that inhabits the Xingu River  a...
The white-blotched river stingray (Potamotrygon leopoldi) is a fish that inhabits the Xingu River, a tributary of the Amazonas River, Brazil.
There are many small and large species of frogs in the Vancouver Aquarium.
There are many small and large species of frogs in the Vancouver Aquarium.
A boardwalk in the Amazon Gallery of the Vancouver Aquarium. The lush tropical vegetation covers tan...
A boardwalk in the Amazon Gallery of the Vancouver Aquarium. The lush tropical vegetation covers tanks with aquatic animals including birds, fish and reptiles.
A humpback whale
A humpback whale
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There are two Yacare caimans (Caiman yacare) in the Amazon Gallery of the Aquarium. These reptiles i...
There are two Yacare caimans (Caiman yacare) in the Amazon Gallery of the Aquarium. These reptiles inhabit rivers in central South America including Argentina, Uruguay, southeastern Peru, eastern Bolivia, Brazil, and Paraguay.
Tropical fish at the Vancouver Aquarium.
Tropical fish at the Vancouver Aquarium.

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