THE HAWAIIAN LANTERN SHARK

A new species of shark was discovered about 314-384 meters deep in Sotavento, one of the islands of Hawaii. The species named, Etmopterus Lailae has an elusive behavior, making it extremely difficult to observe in a wild state. Much of this shark’s biodiversity is still unknown because it is very small and lives in very […]

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WHY ARE OCEANS SO IMPORTANT?

Oceans are the soul of the earth and of humanity. They occupy about three quarters of our planet and contain approximately 97% of the planet’s water. Oceans produce more than half of the oxygen by absorbing the carbon found in the atmosphere. No matter how far from the shore you live, the health of the […]

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SOON!

From the 3rd to the 6th of October 2017 the first tour for the implementation of the project was carried out: “Environmental education program on the reduction of plastic, reuse and recycling for the preservation of marine ecosystems of Livingston, Guatemala”. This tour had its primary purpose in presenting in greater detail this project to […]

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10 REGRETTABLE BUT CERTAIN FACTS ABOUT THE OCEANS

Plastic waste kills about one million sea birds, one hundred thousand marine mammals and countless fish each year. Even after being the cause of the death of many marine animals, plastic remains in the ecosystems to kill more animals over and over again. An estimated 21 million of barrels of oil reaches the oceans of […]

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MEET THE RAYS

How much do you know about the rays? We show you some basics about them. Rays arefish, although they do not resemble friends with fins in your fishbowl at home,the rays belong to a group of Fish called Elasmobranch. Around 200different species of rays have been discovered in total. The poisonof the streaks was used […]

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