Children are fascinated by nature and wildlife. Whether it's observing native birds in the backyard, encountering marine life while snorkelling or swimming, or discovering the forest while hiking.
Frogfish on coral nursery frames, sea slugs dragging themselves along the ocean floor, and eels with toothy mouths wide open are some of the amazing marine life the Reef Rescuers often encounter when working on Cousin Island's coral reef restoration project. While some camouflage well, others stand out due to their size. Here are a few of the best.
Nature Seychelles' globally renowned Reef Rescuers project has once again fallen victim to theft! An outboard Yamaha engine attached to the project's boat was stolen from Grand Anse in Praslin last week. The theft was reported to the police at Grand Anse.
The festive season coincides with the peak of Hawksbill turtle nesting in Seychelles. For the dedicated conservationists at Cousin Island Special Reserve, there's no time for a Christmas break. The turtles don't know it's Christmas.
What did one coral say to the other? I “sea” you are branching out! Christmas is the season of goodwill, giving, and dad jokes. And today we are full of bad ocean puns that would put dads to shame.