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March 2016

Comparing Marine Conservation Research In Mozambique With Clinical Research In Paris

March 29th, 2016|Categories: Marine Conservation Research|

Some may find scientists tiresome, regardless of their speciality, but especially in the complex areas of biology. Many find their work inaccessible and think scientists work in a bubble separate from much of the rest [...]

February 2016

Volunteer Noah Shares His Experience

February 28th, 2016|Categories: Volunteer Stories|

As my days in Tofo wind down, I have been reflecting on what has been an exceptional time with Underwater Africa. I came to Tofo with a few objectives in [...]

December 2015

My Name is Birdman

December 20th, 2015|Categories: Our Scientific Team|

Hey everyone, My name is Andre and here in Tofo people call me the “birdman”. If you are wondering why, please let me explain: Besides my terrestrial research as a tropical [...]

Exploring The Inhambane Estuary

December 15th, 2015|Categories: Imbhabane Estuary|

Estuaries, areas where inland rivers meet the open ocean, are extremely productive habitats. This is because each water source that enters an estuary adds more nutrients, providing a rich environment in [...]

Seeing Spots

December 15th, 2015|Categories: Whale Sharks|

My heart stood still as I saw the grey and white contrast of his spots, more vibrant than I had ever imagined, softly gliding through the water just a meter below me. [...]

November 2015

Laya and The Nemos Pequenos Program

November 30th, 2015|Categories: Volunteer Stories|

By Volunteer, Laya Polowin I could have gone almost anywhere in the world to volunteer for marine conservation this year. I looked at every continent, seeing description after description and [...]