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Current Capers - Marine Biology Game!

Curious about ocean currents, marine biology and all the crazy creatures that dwell in the depths of the sea? Find out about marine life's migrating patterns, reproductive systems and much more with this fun online science game. To spice things up a little, you get to gamble on how sure you are of your answers and put the points you gain towards a fantasy vacation at the end of the game. Think you have what it takes to get yourself to Club Med? Or, is your biology knowledge as sharp as a pair of safety scissors? See how far you'd get sailing the open seas and play a round of Current Capers!

Take a shot at Current Capers, a fun and free marine biology game!

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