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Turtle news

Turtle news

We are living in a time where the planet Earth is having a break. A break from pollution, noise, endangerment, crimes, etc. Humans are in a lockdown due to the pandemic but animals all around the world are roaming free…

Black water

Black water

At the beginning of the new decade the people in Madeira celebrated the discovery of the island 600 years ago but the end of 2019 also marks the 30 year anniversary of an occurrence that bears no need for celebration….

Collateral damage

Collateral damage

Whoever eats fish and has tested some of the vibrant Madeiran cuisine has perhaps realised that highest amount of the fish comes from deeper waters. The most popular commercially exploited deep-sea fish is the Black scabbard fish (A.carbo) and, like…

Light-footed

Light-footed

The rock pools lining the dynamic basalt coastline of Madeira are a tough neighbourhood. Many of the marine animals inhabiting this area are subject to potential attacks by lurking predators or in danger of being washed away by the incoming…

Friendship knows no boundaries

Friendship knows no boundaries

To imagine that friendships cross the boundaries of different species is a soothing and wonderful thought. Cetaceans aren’t newcomers in this field and Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) are particularly gregarious. In the Bahamas they interact with resident Atlantic spotted dolphins…

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