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- A Record Month for our Reefscapers Coral Frames!
- Marine Biologists meet Marine Life
- Meet Cath – our new Marine Biology Intern
- Turtle News from Landaa Giraavaru
- Kuda Huraa’s Turtle Updates
- Beth’s Marine Biology Blog – chapter 3
- Island Diary
- Reefscapers News
- Turtle Conservation Projects at Kuda Huraa
- Sea Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation at Landaa Giraavaru
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Posted on 26 May 2015 | No CommentsOur Reefscapers teams had a very busy April, with over 100 new coral frames added to our lagoons !
Take a unique look at how our 'Moon Reef' is growing, from both high in the sky and beneath the waves, and read about how the warm sea temperatures can affect the corals.
Posted on 14 May 2015 | No CommentsGive a warm welcome to our new arrivals - Marine Biologists at our Centres, and pipefish in our Fish Lab.
And then join us on a dolphin-spotting cruise, to observe a 'logging' pod of pilot whales, before heading under the waves for some great marine life photos.
Posted on 10 May 2015 | No CommentsHello! My name is Cath, and I am the new intern working here at Kuda Huraa until the end of June. I recently completed my undergraduate degree, studying Marine Biology at Portsmouth University, and was delighted to be offered the opportunity to work here in this Maldivian paradise for 3 months!
Posted on 8 May 2015 | No CommentsDuring the first few weeks of April, we encountered an incredible total of THIRTEEN Olive Ridley turtles, found entangled in ghost fishing nets.
Thankfully, after checking carefully for injuries, most of these turtles were soon returned to the sea, with just 3 injured animals requiring further treatments and in our Centre.
Posted on 5 May 2015 | No CommentsOur facilities have been at capacity recently, with the seasonal influx of injured Olive Ridley Turtles, rescued from entanglement in drifting ghost fishing nets.
Catch up with our rescue patients, and read how we have helped over 1000 turtle hatchlings make a better start in life.
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