Jul 26

2022

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Where to See Humpback Whales – East Coast Australia

It’s that exciting time of year when humpback whales migrate up and down the Queensland coastline from the Antarctic to mate and give birth in warmer waters. The arrival of the whales is celebrated throughout East Coast Australia and we reckon it’s the greatest show on earth! Why not head down to the coast and […]

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Jul 24

2022

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OCEAN NEWS – July 2022

This Month: Colour-Changing Sharks, Shark Awareness Day, Bringing Adaptation to Life in the Classroom, Plastic Free July FREE Resources, Humpback Whale Teaching Resources, Out & About, & Ocean Creature of the Month.   Colour-Changing Sharks Recent experiments suggest that great white sharks are able to change color, from light to dark grey, in a matter […]

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May 20

2022

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What is Endangered Species Day?

Endangered Species Day is celebrated on the third Friday of May each year to focus minds on education and taking action to protect threatened species. It is happening on 20 May 2022 and is the perfect opportunity to focus on the topic of human impact in schools. Discussing issues that are close to home is […]

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Apr 28

2022

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Sunshine Coast Rockpool Guide

  Both adults and budding marine biologists will love discovering the black sea cucumbers, rose barnacles and sea stars plus many more creatures that make their home in the waters of rocky shoreline areas. For some great places to go rock pooling at low tide, check out out Sunshine Coast rockpool guide below… 🦀 Point Cartwright, […]

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