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World Cleanup day was a success! ♻️Together the team here at Kuda Huraa managed to gather 200kg of trash from our island and surrounding reefs. Majority of the waste we collected were plastic objects that had floated onto the shores of our island from surrounding areas. Annually, an estimated 4 BILLION tons of trash is generated. We can all help to stop this, not only by picking up trash when we see it, but to REDUCE our waste output where we can. Together we can work towards a cleaner future 🌏💙 . . .

Let's go! So excited for all the manta celebrations over the next couple of days! . Our team will be heading over to the Baa atoll Manta Festival in Eydafushi, organised by . There are lots of lovely things lined up, including environmental stalls and panel discussions, snorkelling and Hanifaru Bay trips for local school children, Bodu Beru, music...what more could you ask for? . Spread the word and hope to see some of you there! . . . . 📸.the.deep.blue

Introducing some of our new Four seasons apprentices, participating in the marine biology programme; Zidhan, Mode, Fauzan, Ziyan, Irekey and Yaniu. As marine biology students, they will cover 20 modules ranging from marine mega fauna to invertebrates, to understanding the workings of the ocean through ecosystem and biology modules. The programme grants hands on practical experience, shadowing the marine biologists of the MDC in the coral propagation programme, turtle rehabilitation, and fish lab, with academic sessions held every week to cover the theory. This gives a rare insight to the inner workings of a renowned marine biology centre, which paired with their qualification will enable them to continue protecting and repairing the worlds biggest and most valuable resource.

Encounter with a melancholic dolphin! 🐬 Dolphins are highly social mammals, they have a complicated voccabulary made with a wide range of clicks and whistles. When close to each other, they can relay on visual communication. It is a way to show that they are in a good mood and want to have fun. Researchers are still studying the behaviors and situations when dolphins use body language and there are still many questions regarding the meaning of any specific body movement. At Marinesavers our Biologists keep the record of behaviors observed during the Dolphin cruises expeditions. 📸

The school visits season is open at Landaa Giraavaru! All Baa atoll schools are invited to step inside the Marine Discovery Centre at Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru. This centre is a temple for coral, sea turtle and fish conservation initiatives. During 2 hours, the students are immersed in the marine expertise of Marine Savers and Manta Trust teams. This educative tour offered by Four Seasons, aims to encourage young Maldivians to foster their interest to protect their environment and to become aware of the multiple career opportunities in the Eco-tourism or marine biology sectors. Thank you to Kamadhoo, Dharavandhoo and Eydhafushi schools, the first 3 schools, visiting us this year! For further information regarding the visit or if you wish your school to visit the centre, please do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to welcome more schools every years.

One of the oldest species on earth, jellyfish have been around for more than 500 million years! 🌏

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