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Three Degrees Of Japan's Seas
A rainbow of fish in Japan's seas, photographed by National Geographic.
Three degrees of Japan's seas
Near Japan's Shiretoko Peninsula, a diver hangs on to part of an ice canopy that can reach a thickness of 25 feet in winter. A decade ago these seas were icebound an average of 90 days a year. Today it is about 65 days.
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