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- Above and Below the Waves
- High Seasonal Ocean Temperatures Causing Coral Bleaching
- Marine Biology Volunteers
- Marine Biology Internship
- Updates from our Turtle Rescue Centres
- Reefscapers – Coral Propagation Experiments
- Cath’s Blog – Chapter 2
- Kuda Huraa – Turtle Conservation Programmes
- Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation at Landaa Giraavaru
- A Record Month for our Reefscapers Coral Frames!
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Posted on 15 July 2015 | No CommentsThere were some amazing sights during June, including a rarely seen Humpback Whale, a small pod of Risso's Dolphins and we have a lovely video of a wild turtle enjoying lunch.
We also welcomed students from the local school of Kamadhoo, to look around our Centre and help with our Reefscapers coral frames.
Posted on 14 July 2015 | No CommentsCatch up with our latest Reefscapers coral frame facts & figures, and read how the warm ocean temperatures are affecting the corals.
We take a look at which coral species are most affected, and analyse our ocean temperature data collated from 2013-2015.
Posted on 12 July 2015 | No CommentsHave you ever wanted to work in the Maldives, to experience the life of a marine biologist ?
We are welcoming Volunteers to help us with our marine conservation projects - coral reef propagation, turtle conservation and more!
Meet Winy & Hazel, as they get hands on with our coral frames and rescue turtles.
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