This Underwater Art Ended Illegal Fishing
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This Underwater Art Ended Illegal Fishing

The first 100 people to download Endel by clicking the link below will get a free week of audio experiences! Though shipwrecks can often be deadly for the mariners aboard the vessels, once they sink they become new habitats for all sorts of marine life. But with the ship often comes nasty chemicals and toxins, so some countries are looking to fix this issue with art. Hosted by: Michael Aranda SciShow is on TikTok! Check us out at ———-
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