Jul 14

2021

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Should We Protect Sharks?

  Should we protect sharks? We think so! We hear so many negative stories about sharks in the media but what role do they actually play in the ocean and why are they important to us? The fact is that sharks are a crucial part of the food chain and help keep the oceans, planet […]

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Jul 7

2021

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Humpback Whale Migration Guide

After a summer of feeding on up to 4 tonnes of krill in nutrient-rich chilly Antarctic waters, more than 20,000 Humpback Whales migrate north to the sub-tropical waters of East Coast Australia. They head to the warm waters of the Coral Sea and Great Barrier Reef, to mate and give birth. The east coast migration […]

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Jun 21

2021

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Humpback Whale Kids Course

Woohoo!!! The humpbacks are coming up the coast, so we’re celebrating their arrival with an awesome new Humpback Whale Kids Course.      More than 20,000 Humpback Whales migrate up the East Coast of Australia from May each year. It’s one of the longest migratory journeys of any mammal (up to 10,000km) and it’s free […]

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Jun 18

2021

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Humpback Whale Teaching Resources

  Each year, from May, around 50,000 Humpback Whales migrate from their feeding grounds in the chilly waters of the Antarctic, to warmer waters off Australia’s East and West Coast to birth and mate. The migration can easily be seen from the coast and the acrobatic whales make awesome viewing. So, we decided to create […]

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