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Not quite poached! One more leatherback nest survives.

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Conservation Mozambique Research in Action Sea Turtles

by Jess Williams, Sea Turtle Program Director.   -Another new nest has been poached-   In early February, a new nesting event was reported by fishers and Alex made a site visit to evaluate the situation. The new nest was reported to be much further towards the southern end of the beach than any prior […]

You scratch my back, I’ll scratch yours

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by Steph Venables   When you spend a lot of time underwater, one thing that strikes you is the way that everything seems to work together in a harmonious way to ensure the health and survival of all of the different species. The word used to describe these fascinating interactions between species is ‘symbiosis’, which […]

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