The Megamouth Shark

The megamouth shark  (Megachasma pelagios) is a species of deep sea shark. This shark is rarely seen by humans and is the smallest of the three extant filter sharks namely the whale shark and the basking shark. More than 120 known specimens were documented in 2018, Megamouth Sharks are found in the Western Atlantic, Indo-Pacific, …

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Sea Turtles Improve Nesting Beaches

Female migrations from foraging grounds to nesting beaches are ecologically significant journeys. When females lay their eggs on sandy shorelines, they introduce nutrients and energy from distant and dispersed foraging grounds into relatively small and nutrient-poor beaches. One of the longest and most impressive examples of this transfer of nutrients is by leatherbacks, which feed …

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Saturdays with GAIA

Previous Next on July 25th and August 1st, 8th, 15th 2020 GAIA Conservation held a Satudays with GAIA Conservation webminar. This event discussed the conservation about marine megafauna in Indonesia and climate change. The audiences was very enthusiast and full of appreciation to the event. Thankyou for the speakers, partners and audiences in this event. …

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