Welcome to Marine Savers
the marine conservation team
at Four Seasons Resorts Maldives

Welcome to Marine Savers
the marine conservation team at
Four Seasons Resorts Maldives

Latest News from our Marine Discovery Centres

Jean-Gabriel’s Clownfish Tales

Jean-Gabriel continues his Fish Lab experiments with our breeding pairs of Maldivian and Clark’s Clownfish, with promising results.
He details the maturation of fish eggs and the development into larvae and juveniles, and has a memorable encounter beneath the waves with some gentle giants of the ocean …

Marine Life from Lab to Ocean

We have a packed report and some great photos for you this month, with everything from Clownfish and sea anemones to our new turtle photo-morph project.
Learn how to help with our turtle ID submissions, and join us for a visit from the Parley plastics people.

Jean-Gabriel’s Internship

We are pleased to welcome Jean-Gabriel to our Fish Lab, as the latest intern to join us at Marine Savers.
He will be learning about the national Sea Turtle Identification Database, and experimenting with our breeding programme for Maldivian and Clark’s Clownfish down in the Fish Lab.

Greg’s Chapter 2 as a Marine Biology Intern

Catch up with Greg’s second month with us here at Landaa Giraavaru, as he completes his important work on Maldivian coral DNA.
He waves goodbye to three of our rescue turtle patients, and still find time to swim with mantas at the world famous Hanifaru Bay!

Irene’s Final Chapter

Irene looks back over her last 6 months as a marine biologist, sharing some of her wonderful stories and exciting photographs of Kuda Huraa.
She introduces our Junior Marine Savers to the resident rescue sea turtles, and there’s also time for celebrity surfer-spotting!

Updates From Our Marine Biology Teams

Catch up with the latest news, direct from our teams at Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru, from food experiments in our Fish Lab to new turtles in our national ID database.
And then join our Apprenticeship Class as they introduce some lab grown sea anemones and juvenile Clownfish back into the lagoon.

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