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Coral reef and Seaweed

Hello! Long time no see. I decided to back writing again and share some of my photos while went to various places this past several months. 210 more words


Shark of the week: Blacktip reef shark

The Blacktip reef shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus – derived from melas = black and pteron = wing or fin (see Pterosaurs)) is another requiem shark living in coral reefs. 284 more words

Ocean Ecosystem

Marine Biologist Interview

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Tell us , how did you end up in such an offbeat, unconventional and cool career?

Karkarey’s father was with the merchant navy, so as a little girl, she spent much time on the oceans and found it fascinating.“My earliest memories are from when I was three, and we often went sailing with my father on his ships. 525 more words


Australian Wilderness with Ray Mears - Episode 1 - Ningaloo Coast

The very first episode of Ray’s brand new series Australian Wilderness was broadcast at 8:00PM on Friday 13th October on ITV1. To watch again, please click… 86 more words

Ray Mears

Join the #SaveTheMermaidsChallenge

By: Ric Urban, Senior Biologist

NEWPORT, Ky. — Mermaids are ambassadors for our marine environments and freshwater ecosystems. As they make their way to Newport Aquarium from around the world this week, it is the perfect time to kick-off our #SaveTheMermaidsChallenge. 642 more words

Bahamas | Day 9: Meeting Dory

The Bahamas is all about the shallows, the reefs that are just off the beaches. You can literally go snorkeling 10 feet from the beach. The first time I saw the shallows around Paradise Island, I was fascinated by what seemed like dark splotches marring the lighter turquoise of the water. 316 more words

See The World

Plastic... not so fantastic!

Did you know:

Globally we purchase 20,000 plastic bottles every second. This equates to 1 million per minute and in 2016 480 billion plastic bottles were sold. 268 more words

Climate Change