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Our new fact sheet on the M/V Xpress Pearl compares this nurdle spill with previous ones, delves into the implications for Sri Lanka and provides recommendations on how best to prepare and respond in future events. Learn more at: https://bit.ly/39PnPIj
Octopus are the best-known cephalopods and are found in every ocean in the world. They are interesting creatures with a number of quirky features that make them very special and important to marine ecosystems. Check out this slide for more!
Today is International Day for Biological Diversity!
Seagrasses are an ecosystem that depends on us for protection, and we depend on them for our livelihoods. What are seagrasses and what benefits do they give? Find out by swiping the slides above.
Orcas or killer whales, are apex predators, meaning they are at the top of the food chain. Although called killer ‘whales’, they are actually dolphins and are the largest species of dolphins in the world. Find out more in the slide below and feel free to share!
Fisheries have long been considered a male-dominated industry, and here to bust the myth is a StoryMap to portray the female narrative across Sri Lanka’s coastline. Stay tuned to learn more!
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