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New Infographic Busts Myths about Global Shark Trade

A new interactive infographic, from the environmental organization Project AWARE®, illustrates the full story of current, trade-related threats to shark and ray populations. It is...
Crown of thorns starfish

Divers Kill Almost 47,000 Crown-of-thorns Starfish on Great Barrier Reef

Volunteer divers in Australia have carried out a record-breaking mission killing nearly 47,000 crown-of-thorns starfish in seven days on the southern Great Barrier Reef....
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Scientists Call for More Research Into Plastic Pollution Impact on Ocean Giants

Scientists are calling for more research into how plastic pollution is having an effect on large filter feeders such as whales, sharks and rays....

Actor Javier Bardem Dives Antarctic Seafloor in Research Submarine to Call for Protection of...

Oscar-winning actor Javier Bardem recently visited the Antarctic seafloor in a two-person submarine to help call for the creation of a vast Antarctic Ocean...

Scuba Diving Businessman Leads the Way By Clamping Down on Plastic Use

A scuba diver in Wales has transformed his own company’s plastic use - all because of the horrors he has witnessed while diving in...

Dolphin Acrobatics Near Isle of Man

Isle of Man residents were in for a treat at the weekend when more than 150 bottlenose dolphins were seen off Douglas Head in...
red handfish

Divers Discover New Population of Rare Walking Fish Off Tasmania

Divers in Tasmania have found a new population of what is believed to be the world’s rarest fish. Known for walking on the sea bed,...
Great Barrier Reef

Australian Government Announces $60m Great Barrier Reef Protection Plan

A $60m (£34m) plan to help improve the health of the Great Barrier Reef has been announced by the Australian Government. According to a...
Blue Planet II

Blue Planet II Wins Special Impact Award at National Television Awards

Not only did Blue Planet II strike a chord with many ocean lovers and divers, its initial launch episode was watched by a staggering...
Green sea turtle

Rising Temperatures Turn Great Barrier Reef Turtles Female

New research has found that rising temperatures are turning nearly all green sea turtles female in an area of the Great Barrier Reef. The unbalanced...

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