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‘It’s like 1,000 needles poking your face’: Singapore man stranded at sea was so sunburnt that it hurt to touch sea water

The skin below his arms became stuck to the life buoy, causing him unbearable pain
The author's current pair of Sperry boat shoes.

Sperry boat shoes are the only shoes I’ll ever need for summer — here’s why I buy the same pair year after year

Sperry boat shoes are the only shoes you'll ever need for summer. Let the cynics all talk. No one has to know how comfortable we are.
Staff at D' Bone Collector Museum Inc. in Davao, Philippines, examine the contents of a dead whale's stomach.

A whale washed up dead in the Philippines with almost 100 pounds worth of trash in its stomach, including plastic shopping bags and rice sacks

Scientists said the curvier's beaked whale died from 'gastric shock,' and it was the most plastic they'd ever seen in a whale.

Singapore’s newest billionaire, Sea founder Forrest Li, says he chose his English name after watching Forrest Gump

The reason Li started up Garena in Singapore was thanks to his wife's six-year scholarship bond with local company Temasek Holdings.

There are more cigarette butts in the world’s oceans than any other type of garbage

Cigarette butts have been found to be the most common piece of human trash found in the earth's oceans. Roughly 5.5 trillion cigarettes are produced each year globally and nearly 4.95 trillion of those are cast into the environment, according to the Cigarette Butt Pollution Project.

Tiny mysterious sea creatures attacked and bloodied an Australian teen’s legs — here’s what they probably were

The likely culprits have been identified as amphipods, scavenging crustaceans sometimes called "sea fleas".

Millions of glowing tropical sea creatures have started to appear in the Pacific Northwest

Pyrosomes can grow to be more than 60 feet long, though the ones flooding the seas off the coast of Canada and Alaska are mostly the size of a cucumber.

A mysterious sound deep in the Arctic seems to be causing sea animals to flee

Hunters and boaters have heard a mysterious pinging or humming sound coming the sea floor through the Arctic waters of the Fury and Hecla Strait.

A popular seafood is in danger because of one key change in the water

Mussel shells are thinner than ever before thanks to more acidic oceans.

A stretch of frozen Arctic on the edge of Alaska is melting way ahead of schedule

The early-melting ice points to a bigger problem happening in the Arctic Circle.