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- Our 2,000th Coral Frame at Landaa !
- Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation
- Marine Life – In & Out of the Lab
- Maldives Turtle ID Programme – 2014 Updates
- Gentle Giants Expedition With The Manta Trust
- Visit From Award-winning NatGeo Photographer
- Maldivian Sea Turtle Updates
- Baby Clownfish, Seahorses and … a Whale Shark !
- A Happy New Year From Reefscapers
- Maldivian Turtles – ID Programme & Workshop
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Posted on 19 February 2014 | No CommentsThe Reefscapers team passed an amazing milestone this month !
Plus you can read about 'birds nests' and an unwelcome visitor to our corals, and find out how superglue is helping in our aquarium experiments with 'mushrooms' and 'leather' ...
Posted on 12 February 2014 | 2 CommentsGet up to date with our 'head start' turtles, as we consult with veterinary experts about a mystery contagious illness.
And hear Pete's story - our latest turtle rescued from a 'ghost net', who became badly injured and needed plastering for a shattered carapace.
Posted on 10 February 2014 | No CommentsVisit the Fish Lab for all the latest news on our breeding programs, and take a peek down the microscope at a 1-day old Sargassum Frogfish.
You are also invited to join us on safari as we encounter spinner dolphins and 'spyhopping' pilot whales.
Posted on 31 January 2014 | No CommentsRead all the latest updates from our country-wide programme, and learn how you can help - if you spot a turtle out on the reef, take a photo and send it to us !
We will take a close look at the facial scales, and add your photo to our database - help us create a unique catalogue of all the turtles in the Maldives !