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Know your Bycatch before that Bitcoin. And take a good look at your toothpaste.

Lost at sea? Here are ready-mined terms and facts that are easier to comprehend. They might be hard to swallow but follow these leads in the right spirit and we could possibly see some tangible long-term yields across the globe. 609 more words

Mangrove Madness

The Mangrove is a unique habitat. Neither fully marine, nor terrestrial, they bridge the border between land and sea. Existing in tropical and sub-tropical regions, the mangrove tree has a very unique trait which enables them to colonise this zone. 543 more words

Marine Biology

After the storm

This afternoon I ventured down to the point after a thunderstorm. The tide was going out and oyster catchers, egrets and a couple of spoonbills were feeding beyond the best reach of my lens.  17 more words


Summer glare sky over the mangroves

The last of the harvest moon tides are over until the next one rises. This morning, the mangrove tubes were exposed on the incoming tide. 61 more words


Mitchell Falls to Port Warrender

Kalumburu Road and Mitchell Falls Road I think have the biggest and best corrugations we’ve ever seen. There’s something about the type of material and size distribution of the gravel surface that makes it perfect for forming huge vehicle destroying corrugations. 385 more words

Western Australia

Sungei Buloh Wetland Mangrove Boardwalk

There was something artistic about the large leaved mangrove of the wetland reserve located on the north side of Singapore Island. The roots curved over like bent backs grasping the muddy swamp beneath. 39 more words

Malaysia And Singapore

I want to be a mangrove

I am reading Planetwise by Dave Bookless. A book I am going to have to re-read and read again. It is theologically dense and mind-set shifting. 275 more words