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Scientists triple known types of viruses in world's oceans

(Ohio State University) The world's oceans teem with scientific mystery, unknowns that could prove to be tools that will one day protect the planet from global warming. Researchers report they've tripled the known types of viruses living in waters around the globe, and now have a better idea what role they play in nature.
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