A giant 'blob' of hot water more than twice the size of California threatens the survival of fish and coral near New Zealand

A giant 'blob' of hot water more than twice the size of California threatens the survival of fish and coral near New ZealandA 386,000-square-mile chunk of the Pacific Ocean east of New Zealand is 10 degrees Fahrenheit warmer than average in what could be a marine heat wave.



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