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To save these threatened seahorses, we built them 5-star underwater hotels

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Venture beneath the ocean and you’ll see schools of fish and other alien-like species that may take your breath away. But one species in particular is an enigma in the marine world: the shy, elusive seahorse. 

Approximately 50 species of seahorse are found worldwide, and Australia’s waters are home to at least 17 of them.

However, seahorses are considered threatened around the world, largely from over-harvesting for traditional Chinese medicines, unintended capture in fish trawl nets, and the loss of natural habitats such as seagrasses and mangroves. Read more

March 27, 2020 |

DUGONG TO SPERM WHALE: WHERE TO SEE AND FOLLOW AUSTRALIA’S MARINE WILDLIFE

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PRESS RELEASE:

  • New research finds the hotspots and habitats for migrating marine animals across Australasia

  • Follow the path of some of the world’s most fascinating marine animals on their migration or use the tool to visit their key nesting and feeding locations

  • Read about the animals included and learn about the ways to discover these animals in a sustainable way 

Read more

September 11, 2019 |

Amazing Scuba Diving Spider

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The diving bell spider or water spider (Argyroneta aquatica)  is the only known species of spider that spends almost all its life underwater, including resting, catching and eating prey, mating, egg laying, and overwintering. It only briefly surfaces to replenish its oxygen supply and occasionally will bring prey to the surface. Read more

August 4, 2019 |
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