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Pigs can’t fly but maybe they can..swim?

Deep beneath our oceans lies a fascinating underwater world waiting to be unraveled. You can never really tell what kind of quirky, enigmatic creature you'll encounter - this species in particular would make you wonder: can pigs swim a thousand meters deep in the sea?

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Boyce, D.G., D.P. Tittensor, C. Garilao, S. Henson, K. Kaschner, K. Kesner-Reyes, A. Pigot, R.B. Reyes Jr., G. Reygondeau, K.E. Schleit, N.L. Schackell, P. Sorongon-Yap, and B. Worm. 2022. A climate risk index for marine life. Nature Climate Change.

Andriamahefazafy, M., G. Touron-Gardic, A. March, G. Hosch, M.L.D. Palomares, and P. Failler. 2022. Sustainable development goal 14: To what degree have we achieved the 2020 targets for our oceans? Ocean & Coastal Management 227:106273.

Pauly, D., N. Smith and M. Butler. 2022. Growth and related traits of the sheepswool sponge (Hippospongia lachne): practical and theoretical considerations. Fishery Bulletin 120(2). doi: 10.7755/FB.120.2.1.

Relano, V., T. Mak, S. Ortiz and D. Pauly. 2022. Stakeholder perceptions can distinguish ‘paper parks’ from Marine Protected Areas. Sustainability 14: 9655.

Eddy, T.D., V.W.Y Lam, G. Reygondeau, A.M. Cisneros-Montemayor, K. Greer, M.L.D. Palomares, J.F. Bruno, Y. Ota and W.W.L. Cheung. 2021. Global decline in capacity of coral reefs to provide ecosystem services. One Earth 4(9):1278-1285.

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