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Love the ocean? 7 things travelers can do to care for whales, sea turtles and other sealife

Love the ocean? 7 things travelers can do to care for whales, sea turtles and other sealife: Our experts share everyday ways you can help out whales, sea turtles and other sealife!
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Love the ocean? 7 things travelers can do to care for whales, sea turtles and other sealife

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Whether you swim, snorkel, whale-watch or enjoy walking barefoot in the sand, nothing beats an ocean escape. And since the ocean can’t escape us, Jim Covel of the Monterey Bay Aquarium thinks travelers — and really everyone — should...

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