(Kendall Jones, Carissa Klein, and James Watson/University of Queensland, Green Fire Science, Wildlife Conservation Society)
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The Last of the Wild
This video shows how Earth's marine wilderness has been eroded, with 13 percent now remaining across all of the oceans.
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