The Elephant Tang
The newly discovered Elephant Tang or Zebrasoma flavescens elephantitis, gets its name from it’s elephant like trunk. This amazing bright yellow creature uses its trunk to dig for food.Source: ht.ly
Grossing $114 million worldwide to date, OCEANS is one of the most successful documentaries of all time.
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1 week to go!
This is the seven day countdown until the start of the Big Beach Clean-up. We’ve got some final details about the day, so please have a read and let us know if you want to join our @merblogogy team!
We’re egistered for: Margate, Kent - Main Sands
Date: 27th April
Meeting place: By the Community Beach Hut
Start time: 10:00 AM
Twitter Prize Draw
For the chance to win a £200 M&S gift card, simply tweet a photograph taken at one of the M&S Beach Cleans with@marksandspencer #beachclean. This can be an image of a beach, sea life, any unusual items found or a message drawn in the sand eg: Love your beach! Keep our beaches clean!*
Don’t forget to bring along these important items if you can:
A drink (in a reuseable bottle)
A pair of tough gloves (gardening ones are good)
Suitable clothing for the weather
See you at the beach!
The Marine Conservation Society
Plenty More Fish In The Sea? Not According to the Institute of International and European Affairs.
How Our Oceans Formed
This video courtesy of National Geographic, explains how the oceans formed and lead to the perfect conditions for life on Earth.
This video highlights the shocking truth about the effects of over-fishing on marine life and why we must protect the worlds marine eco-systems from the ‘jellyfish soup’ effect.