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- Island Diary
- Beth’s Marine Biology Blog
- Fish Breeding down in the Lab
- Sea Turtles – Rescues and Hatchlings
- Reefscapers Coral Frame Updates
- Monochromatic Marine Magic
- Fishy Tales: from Lab to Aquarium to Ocean
- Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation
- Working as an Intern at Marine Savers
- Maldives National Sea Turtle Identification Programme – 2015
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Posted on 10 February 2015 | No CommentsJoin Beth, our new intern at the Marine Discovery Centre, Kuda Huraa, as she learns about caring for the sea turtles in our Head Start Programme, and attends a 'ghost net' awareness course.
Beth helps out with our national Turtle ID Project, photographing wild sea turtles on the reef, and there's a spectacular dolphin cruise !
Posted on 8 February 2015 | No CommentsOur Fish Lab is overflowing with life this month !
We're rolling up our sleeves to categorise our 1,000 baby Clownfish, and producing gallons of algae and zooplankton to keep them well fed.
And take a look at our unusual garden - free of plants, but full of sea anemones !
Posted on 6 February 2015 | No CommentsOur turtle conservation teams have had a busy start to the year. We've been looking for new turtle nests on a remote beach, and have welcomed 12 new hatchlings into our Head Start Programme.
The health of our rescued residents also continues to improve, as we refine our medical care techniques.
Posted on 4 February 2015 | No CommentsWe transplanted almost 50 new coral frames during January, and have been photographing and maintaining 100s more around the islands of Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru.
Join us on a snorkelling trip around the lagoon, and enjoy our slideshow of mature coral frames - healthy, vibrant, and teaming with marine life.
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