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A Guide to the Hitchhikers of the Ocean

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Behaviour Gallery - MMF Research Gallery - Whale Sharks Tanzania Whale Sharks

by Clare Prebble     A juvenile male whale shark in Mafia, Tanzania with a school of ‘dagaa’ and juvenile trevally   At the Marine Megafauna Foundation we focus our research on the big animals in the ocean; does what is says on the tin! However, if you look closely there are some pretty cool […]

It’s a comb, but not as you know it!

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Behaviour Mozambique Plankton Tofo Beach

by Steph Venables   It’s time to talk plankton! Our first mini creature feature stars for the month are comb jellies, which belong to the phylum Ctenophora…     Ctenophores, Greek for ‘comb-bearers’, have gelatinous bodies with eight rows of tiny hairs called cilia, joined together like a comb and arranged along the sides of […]

Meet The Minis!

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Behaviour Plankton

by Steph Venables   This month at MMF we will be focusing on all things mini, which means plankton and lots of it!   There are millions and millions of tiny plants and animals floating around in the waters of the oceans, most of them invisible to the naked eye. These are plankton, an extremely […]

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