Jun 11

2019

A Shout out to Sharks

A Shout out to Sharks

They are the most feared, yet the most misunderstood, of all marine animals – apex predators that pre-date the dinosaurs by an estimated 200 million years. Of the almost 500 species of sharks swimming in our oceans, only a handful are the complex killers we hear about on the news – the majority have a […]

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May 11

2019

Following in the Footsteps of Marine Pioneers

Following in the Footsteps of Marine Pioneers

We at Ocean Life Education are proud and privileged to be protectors of the sea. We have made it our mission to raise awareness about the plight of our planet and in particular, the more than 70 percent of it covered in water. For us, it’s a matter of following in the footsteps of the […]

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Apr 12

2019

Behind the Scenes at Ocean Life Education

Behind the Scenes at Ocean Life Education

They say never work with children or animals – but Richard Coward is happy to do both. The director of Ocean Life Education has spent the past 13 years combining two of his passions – protecting marine life and inspiring young minds. But the time spent in classrooms, early learning centres and at community events […]

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Mar 10

2019

Rock Pools Rock!

Rock Pools Rock!

A treasure trove of marine delights hides in plain sight along our coastline. Rock pools are tiny but complex ecosystems, where only the hardiest of inhabitants survive the onslaught that nature throws at them. Pounded by waves, whipped by the wind and exposed to the sun, the creatures who lie within have learnt to adapt […]

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