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Marine Megafauna Foundation


Archive for March, 2015

The Creature Feature that “Bit Off More than it can Chew”

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Behaviour Conservation Education Tofo Beach

By Oli Rowlands. Here in Tofo a variety of  moray eels (Muraenidae) can be found from smaller snowflake and ribbon eels to the larger giant and honeycomb morays. Worldwide there are approximately 200 moray species, ranging from 11.5cm to 4metres in length, wearing striped party outfits, mottled splotches, polka dots and vibrant hues of red and […]

Home to the dugong. And merman? – Bazaruto National Park Ranger Training

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Conservation Education Mozambique

By Jo Hurford.   If you walked into our office a few weeks ago, you may have thought you’d made a mistake and entered a printing/copy shop instead. Our normally idle printer was working overtime spitting out miniature fact cards. There was a production line at the laminator to ensure our collateral remained splash proof. […]

Chelonia flami

Written by Marine Megafauna Foundation


Anna is a dive instructor who first heard about Marine Megafauna while working in Thailand. A few of her colleagues had worked in Tofo, Mozambique and had attended the weekly MMF manta ray talks. From her colleagues Anna learnt the basics of manta identification and behaviour, and in-turn, passed this knowledge onto customers and students […]

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