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Gulf of Maine a symbol of warming oceans

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Scientists say the Gulf of Maine is warming faster than more than 99 percent of the world's oceans, prompting fears from environmentalists and commercial fishermen about the future of one of the Atlantic Ocean's most unique ecosystems. (Sept. 3) Video provided by AP


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