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Tropical Species Are More Common This Year Off the Coast of Halifax

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August 20, 2012
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Warmer than usual weather has been affecting native flora and fauna but it has also brought some unusual marine visitors to Nova Scotia waters.


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AFP (Nov. 17, 2014) — Nairobi National Park is considered the jewel of the city, but this oasis is increasingly becoming an island as migratory corridors for its wildlife are choked off by roads, railways, housing developments and polluting factories. Duration: 02:47 Video provided by AFP
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