Latest News from our Marine Discovery Centres
Meet Dot and Dash – 2 tiny Green Sea Turtle hatchlings recently admitted to our head start programme.
You can also learn about turtle enrichment activities, and see our photos and video as we release 2 turtles back into the wild.
Wishing “TG” and “Lavender Peace” a bon voyage and a long life out in the ocean.
We invite you to take a look around our fish lab and see the new arrivals to our marine life aquarium.
And then join us on safari as we look out for ‘megafauna’ species – underwater on the beautiful coral reefs, and then riding the waves with dolphins out in the open ocean.
December was a busy month for our Reefscapers teams, with much of the work being carried out wearing Santa hats and a big smile !
We continue to combat the menace that is the Crown of Thorns starfish, as well as a smothering carpet of invasive algae.
And you can see our annual Reefscapers Xmas ‘Tree’ being made and sited underwater at Landaa Giraavaru.
Join Lauren as she settles in to our marine biology Volunteers Programme here in the Maldives, and see some fabulous photos taken during her 1 month placement with our team.
Lauren meets the turtle rescue patients to learn about “ghost nets” and “floating syndrome”. Then she ventures underwater to help with our Reefscapers coral propagation programme and manages to find time to snorkel with mantas at the legendary Hanifaru Bay …
All the latest facts and figures from our coral propagation programmes at Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru.
Our Reefscapers teams have been busily maintaining our coral frames, and updating the database with all the latest photos.
Plus you can read why the beautiful Crown Of Thorns starfish can be such a menace on the reef, and see how we are combating the problem.
Welcome to our Fish Lab here at Landaa Giraavaru.
Some of our Clark’s and Maldivian Clownfish have recently graduated, and are now enjoying their new life out in the lagoon.
You can also see some of our marine life photos and video captured on underwater safari, including a beautiful Feathertail Stingray and a wild Green Turtle swimming on the reef.