Scientists wonder if green technology will affect sea creatures
WASHINGTON | Without maps or GPS, great white sharks travel thousands of miles roundtrip from California to Hawaii or Australia to South Africa. Sea turtles hatched on the beaches of Florida travel the currents of the North Atlantic to Europe, Africa and South America before heading home.
And in one of the most mysterious and epic journeys of all, salmon from the streams and rivers of the Pacific Northwest head to sea and swim into the far reaches of the North Pacific before returning to spawn.
Scientists increasingly believe these marine creatures and others use the Earth’s magnetic fields to navigate vast distances. Click Here To Read More.....
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