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Update: Alaskan Goo, not Eggs but Fungus

Just over a week ago we posted about a a bright orange jelly or “goo” that floated up on the beaches of Kivalina, a remote Alaskan village of just over 400 residents.  At the time scientists from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric … Continue reading

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Kivalina, Alaska’s Orange Goo – Eggs, but Whose?

Last week, a bright orange jelly or “goo” floated up on the beaches of Kivalina, a remote Alaskan village of just over 400 residents.   Now scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have determined that the goo is … Continue reading

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