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Protecting mangroves to lock carbon away in trees may be an economic way to curb climate change, research suggests. Carbon credit schemes already exist for rainforests; the new work suggests mangroves could be included too. But other researchers say the … Continue reading
Two months ago, we were happy to listen that the bull sharks are back in Siam’s Gulf, more precisly on Sail Rock, just 11km from Koh Phangan. These big fish are now settled there since several weeks for the greatest … Continue reading
The 7.9mm long Paedocypris progenetica lives in the acid water (pH 3) of peat swamp in tropical forests. It is world’s smallest vertebrate, it has no skull and it is transparent ! This specie is however at high risk of extinction … Continue reading
James Byrne, Marine Science Program Manager in South Florida and Caribbean, conducts researches on corals and fish population. His aim is to conserve the marine ecosystem, and the surveys he has driven shows that some coral reefs resist better to climate change … Continue reading
National Geographic has been fighting for the safeguard of the planet and continues to spread awareness by releasing this kind of video : Watch it by clicking here Healthy oceans means a healthy planet, so inspire your friends, your family … Continue reading
In Koh Tao’s dive sites, it is possible for snorkelers and divers to see a very large variety of fish, corals, snakes and much more… Click on this link and see some pictures !