Greg’s Chapter 2 as a Marine Biology Intern

Greg’s Chapter 2 as a Marine Biology Intern

Catch up with Greg’s second month with us here at Landaa Giraavaru, as he completes his important work on Maldivian coral DNA.
He waves goodbye to three of our rescue turtle patients, and still find time to swim with mantas at the world famous Hanifaru Bay!

Greg’s Marine Biology Blog

Greg’s Marine Biology Blog

Meet Greg, our latest intern who joins us from the Université Libre de Bruxelles in Belgium.
Greg’s speciality is corals, and he’s keen to start researching the corals in our lagoon to understand resilience to bleaching. There is also time to get to know our resident rescue turtles, with an emotional ‘bon voyage’ to Ossy.

Vanessa’s Marine Biology Internship

Vanessa’s Marine Biology Internship

After spending several months with the Marine Savers team, I can say for sure it was one of the best experiences of my life!
I was able to help with the variety of different projects at the Marine Discovery Centre, and had the pleasure of working with an amazing team of dedicated biologists.

The Happenings of Hannah

The Happenings of Hannah

Meet Hannah, who joins us from Down Under as our marine biology intern at Kuda Huraa.
It’s not long before she’s helping out with our rehabilitation turtles, in what turns out to be the busiest period at our rescue Centre.
And read how the Maldivian spinner dolphins might have finally warmed her heart … ❤

Updates from our Turtle Rescue Centres

Updates from our Turtle Rescue Centres

Our monthly turtle conservation report from Kuda Huraa and Landaa Giraavaru.
See how our rescued turtle patients are progressing at the rehabilitation centre, and read about the latest turtle hatchlings in our Head Start Programme.

Turtle Rehabilitation Roundup

Turtle Rehabilitation Roundup

All the latest updates from our centre at Landaa Giraavaru, including recent turtle rescue photos and an exclusive look into our expansion plans.

Turtle Conservation Updates

Turtle Conservation Updates

Get up to date with the latest stories from our turtle conservation teams – there’s good news about Julie our rescued hawksbill turtle, and an unusual birthday party celebration !

Photostory : Saifa’s release

Photostory : Saifa’s release

January 2012 – Saifa, the young female Olive Ridley turtle, was found entangled in a fishing net suffering from minor lacerations and buoyancy problems due to stress.