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The article focuses on the maintenance of underwater hulls of U.S. Navy ships to get rid of barnacles and other marine organisms that settled in. Arthur A. Webb of Marine and Industrial Coatings Synthesis with the Center for Corrosion Science and Engineering at the Naval Research Laboratory (NRL), says a hull fully fouled with sticking barnacles and sea organisms can result to nearly 40% jump in fuel consumption. Meanwhile, researches are still ongoing for coatings that deter animal fouling.

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