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4000 chemical compounds found in Great Barrier Reef turtles

4000 chemical compounds found in Great Barrier Reef turtles

Studies have found 4000 chemical compounds found in Great Barrier Reef turtles Raises concerns about Reef chemical contamination hotspots, other wildlife, and human health  Toxic chemicals are accumulating...
hawksbill turtle swimming above coral reef

SAVE THE HAWKSBILL TURTLE 

NEW CAMPAIGN URGES AUSTRALIANS TO GIVE UP TORTOISESHELL TO SAVE THE HAWKSBILL TURTLE Australians are being urged to surrender their tortoiseshell products, such as jewellery,...
Shark and Yolanda Reefs, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt

300 Species of Sharks and Rays Threatened with Extinction

The WWF reports that are than 300 Species of Sharks and Rays Now Threatened with Extinction New assessments by the International Union for Conservation of...
Photo 2: Grey reef shark, one of the shark species sighted in Sabah, attracted to the pouch of bait in front of the BRUVS camera. (Photo credit: GFP)

Sabah’s Shark Researchers Build on Global Study for Conservation

WWF-Malaysia are conducting research in Sabah that is building on a global endeavour by leading shark researchers. The Global FinPrint Project, which ran from 2015-2019,...
Sharks Functionally Extinct in 20% of World’s Reefs

Sharks Functionally Extinct in 20% of World’s Reefs

Global FinPrint survey finds sharks to be functionally extinct in 20% of world’s reefs A ground-breaking global survey of reef shark populations has found an...

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