Oceanswell envisions a world where all people recognize the integral role that oceans play in our planet and are equipped to work towards its preservation.
Oceanswell works to change the trajectory for the world’s oceans by educating the next generation of diverse ocean heroes, equipping students from underrepresented nations to conduct marine conservation research, and engaging everybody in conversations about the magic of our world’s oceans.
Our oceans contain the greatest diversity of life on Earth. From the freezing polar regions to the warm waters of the tropics and deep sea hydrothermal vents to shallow seagrass beds, marine organisms abound. By donating to Oceanswell, you are helping us do what we do best – explore, discover, protect, educate and give the oceans a voice. No amount is too little and your support is greatly appreciated.
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Ocean Hero Reels - Episode 3: Arribada by Anya Fernando
What’s an arribada? Is it a type of dance? Is it something that we eat? Find out in this story about two turtle friends, Olli and Kempy, created by Anya Fernando!
Full video: http://bit.ly/3AfMUFJ
The eruption in Tonga has everyone baffled. Volcanologist @janinekrippner from the Global Volcanism Program, mentioned to @ashadevos that it was an unexpectedly large explosion - one they weren’t prepared for, and can’t get their heads around.
For more: https://www.instagram.com/p/CY5tfQ0hRwP/?utm_medium=copy_link
Our first Ocean Hero Huddle for the year will be on the 19th of January 2022 from 5-5.45pm IST and will focus on how a group of ancient islanders navigated the oceans. To sign up, head to https://bit.ly/34yHREo!
All ocean heroes below 15 years welcome!
Ocean Hero Reels - Episode 2: Finding a new home by Abdullah Haniffa
Hermit crabs are creatures that exhibit some very quirky behaviours! Do you know what they are? Check out this video created by Abdullah Haniffa, to find out!
Full video: https://bit.ly/3fhzejR
WHO IS WHALENTINE?! It’s the oldest known blue whale in the entire Northern Indian Ocean!! First photographed in 1984, Whalentine was re-sighted 27 YEARS later in 2011. Learn more by checking out this publication by @ashadevos: https://bit.ly/2LAtIgC