News about 'Mediterranean Sea'

Aug 9, 2012

2,000-year-old Shipwreck Found by Italian Police Divers (Video)

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Italy shipwreck video Image Credit: Carabinieri of Liguria/YouTube A 2,000-year-old shipwreck in Italy was discovered by authorities off the coast of Genoa City this week, according to a BBC report on Tuesday, August 7, 2012. Italian police divers conducted the search for the Roman shipwreck because of reports that nets of fishermen were able to […]


Feb 9, 2012

Oldest living thing Posidonia Oceanica, A Self-Cloning Seagrass

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The oldest living organism on Earth, believed to be 200,000-years-old, recently discovered by scientists in the Mediterranean sea is scientifically named Posidonia Oceanica, according to reports by several international news sites on Wednesday, February 8, 2012. Posidonia oceanica is a seagrass named after the Greek God of the seas, Poseidon. Reports say that scientists discovered […]


Feb 8, 2012

Oldest living thing: Giant Seaweed Patches In Mediterranean Sea (Photo)

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Oldest living thing Image Credit: ibtimes.com The oldest living thing, 200,000-year-old giant patches of seagrass, was discovered by scientists in the Mediterranean Sea, according to reports by several international news sites on Tuesday, February 7, 2012. The seaweed patches weighs 6,000 tons and stretches for about 10 miles. The organism reportedly reproduce asexually and spread […]


Jun 20, 2011

Angelina Jolie visits Lampedusa as UN goodwill ambassador on World Refugee Day 2011 (Video)

Angelina Jolie visits Lampedusa as UN goodwill ambassador on World Refugee Day 2011 (Video)
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Angelina Jolie visited Lampedusa as UN goodwill ambassador on Monday, June 20, 2011, World Refugee Day 2011, as shown in the video below. Angelina Jolie visits Lampedusa as UN goodwill ambassador, with UNHCR Chief António Guterres on June 20, 2011, World Refugee Day 2011 Image Credit: J. Tanner/UNHCR.org According to international news sites on Monday, […]