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Marine heatwaves: A sea in flames

By France24
04 December 2022   |   5:29 pm
This summer, an unprecedented marine heatwave hit the Mediterranean Sea, causing mass die-offs of marine life. Will ecosystems ever recover? The Down to Earth team takes a closer look.

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