Tag: "marine environment"

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I don’t get seasick!

It never ceases to amaze me, how many people proudly confess these words to me. If only it were true. The reality, in fact, is that most people do suffer from seasickness to varying degrees. After years of personally battling seasickness, I can definitely offer sympathy to whoever gets sick. In its most severe form, seasickness is, after all, a [...]

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Passive interactions with marine life

I am animal mad in every sense of the word. I physically cannot walk past a dog in the street without stroking it, I stop the car to talk to the horses and cows in fields adjoining roads, and despite being allergic to cats, cannot fail to tickle their heads. That said, take me underwater and I am a different [...]

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Marine conservation starts at home

Until relatively recently, individuals who were concerned about the state of the environment were considered to be “tree-huggers”, eccentric, alarmist or even radical. Nowadays, we are bombarded with images, articles and stories which serve to constantly remind us and make us more aware of the impact the human race is having on our planet. Our glorious oceans cover seven tenths [...]

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