Tag Archives: marine life
International research has suggested that many coral species won’t survive beyond the end of this century, but marine biologists at Victoria University are offering an alternative scenario… click on the picture to know more about this fact. Advertisements
Il y a de plus en plus d’attaques de requins, c’est un fait. Ces attaques augmentent car beaucoup plus d’hommes fréquentent l’eau. Les statistiques montrent que les plus hommes les plus touchés sont ceux qui restent à la surface … Continue reading
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
When someone says the word “SHARK” most people think of a massive, grey, toothy, underwater animal; basically they are imagining a Great White. In fact sharks come in all shapes, sizes and even colours! That’s why we’ve made a top … Continue reading
Once we install a new coral reef project, Coral Reef Creator’s Team perform a monitoring survey of this new ecosyystem every 3 months during 3 years. Clic on the picture to see the result of our job, 15 months after installation.
Coral Reefs are usually called the “rainforest of the sea” because of the extreme high biodiversity found in their habitat. Their significance is well known but this ecosystem is still threatened all around the world. Clic on the picture to … Continue reading
On first December, Aleenta Phuket-Phang Nga Resort and Spa (Thailand) will hosts the gala charity event of the season with its eagerly anticipated Chocolate Decadence party, on December 1st 2012, for the Pure Blue Foundation and marine turtle conservation. … Continue reading