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Archive for August, 2015

Shrimps and hungry sharks

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Conservation Mafia Island Plankton Tanzania Whale Sharks

The Marine Megafauna Foundation has lead a whale shark research project in Mafia Island, Tanzania since 2012. With support from WWF Tanzania and in collaboration with KAUST and TAFIRI, we have been studying the whale shark aggregation off this beautiful, quiet island in the Indian Ocean. Whale shark sightings here are quite reliable, and we […]

Underwater Africa: May the Adventure Never End

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Mozambique Tofo Beach Volunteer

  By Kenzie. When I first stepped onto the plane to go to Mozambique I had no idea what to expect, and quite frankly, was a little scared. What I found however, that the decision to volunteer for Underwater Africa volunteering. (UA) would be the best decision I’ve ever made.   The second I was […]

Manta Rays to Mass Spectrometry

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Conservation Indonesia Manta Rays

While spending the last six years on and under the waters of SE Asia I have witnessed first-hand what plastic pollution can do to the marine environment.     By Elitza Germanov. July has found me embracing many beginnings and challenges. The least of which was keeping up with my Plastic Free July pledge.   […]

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