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Category: Science

Tips for looking after our oceans

Here is a short list of how we can all care for our oceans to protect the beautiful marine life that lives there.

By: Parrys Raines, Category: Science, Date: 21 Apr 2010

This week in Fish: Robust Ghostpipefish and Banded Humbugs

This week we feature a beautiful image of the Robust Ghostfish, we swim with a school of Bigeye Trevally, have a close-up look at the head of a Spotted Wobbegong and comment on why Pacific Blue-eyes aren't breeding.

By: Mark McGrouther, Category: Science, Date: 16 Apr 2010

5 gyres

What is a Gyre? And how many are there?

By: Parrys Raines, Category: Science, Date: 15 Apr 2010

Plastiki Update 2

An update on the Plastiki expedition

By: Parrys Raines, Category: Science, Date: 12 Apr 2010

Short film about a plastic bag

This film follows the life of a plastic bag until it reaches the South Pacific Gyre.

By: Parrys Raines, Category: Science, Date: 12 Apr 2010

This week in Fish: Tasselled Anglerfish and rockclimbing fish

This week we feature a fantastic image of the Tasselled Anglerfish, we watch a Blackspot Tuskfish doing its thing, look at juvenile fish rockclimbing and as always point to new fishy content.

By: Mark McGrouther, Category: Science, Date: 08 Apr 2010

One Day Without Shoes

Thursday is ‘One Day Without Shoes’ day, a day to spread awareness about children developing preventable feet conditions. By not wearing shoes for one day gives you the opportunity to walk in the steps of these children in developing nations.

By: Parrys Raines, Category: Science, Date: 06 Apr 2010

Plastiki expedition update

The journey of Plastiki is well underway and things are looking positive!

By: Parrys Raines, Category: Science, Date: 06 Apr 2010

The breakdown of the world’s water content

Why is water so precious? Because only a small percentage, 0.08% of the world’s water can be used for domestic use.

By: Parrys Raines, Category: Science, Date: 06 Apr 2010

Exciting new ways of exploring biodiversity

The Museum is developing new ways to explore and interpret images of biodiversity.

By: Paul Flemons, Category: Science, Date: 31 Mar 2010