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- Marine Biology Aboard the Four Seasons ‘Explorer’
- Maldivian Sea Turtle Conservation Programme
- Coastal Populations of the Blacktip Reef Shark
- Fish Lab & Marine Life
- Reefscapers During September
- Island Diary – October
- Echinoderm Research and our new Wikipedia page
- Fish Lab & Marine Photos
- Coral Reef Propagation Projects
- Turtle Rescue & Rehabilitation Updates
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Posted on 12 October 2014 | No CommentsCruise around the islands and atolls of the Maldives aboard the Four Seasons 'Explorer', accompanied by our expert marine biologists. And then watch our 'Amazing Underwater World' videos in HD, compiled from the very best clips from the past 18 months.
Posted on 10 October 2014 | No CommentsCatch up with all the new arrivals to our Centres, and read how we are treating our rescue turtles for 'Buoyancy Syndrome'. You can also see how far 'Hendrix' has travelled, thanks to his satellite tracking device, as he leaves Maldivian waters and swims towards India !
Posted on 8 October 2014 | No CommentsMeet Glen, our new research intern based at our Marine Discovery Centre here at Kuda Huraa, and learn more about his shark identification project. Using baited camera traps, Glen hopes to uniquely identify the local Blacktip sharks to quantify the population.
Posted on 4 October 2014 | No CommentsRead why breeding Clownfish in captivity can be quite a challenge, and venture under the waves to see the variety of 'megafauna' species we have encountered this month, including a gentle Napoleon Wrasse and a not so gentle giant barracuda !
Posted on 2 October 2014 | No CommentsWe have been busy weighing our coral frames, to calculate how quickly the corals grow over time. Plus we have a fun visit from the children of Maalhos School, who have a guided tour of our Marine Discovery Centre and make their very own coral frame.
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