Don’t Step on Corals, They are alive Don’t Step on Corals, They are alive. And you wouldn’t like anyone stepping on you either. If you are having a boat ride or any other ride into the ocean with a captain who doesn’t care much about the environment, they may use it as a “fun thing”
Our Oceans are not Dumpsites. It’s sad that we have to be reminded of this so many times, and not make the required corrections. From individuals, organizations and anyone living near water bodies. Why do we have to threaten the lives of organisms living in these habitats? They too have a right to a clean
The Calming Waves The calming waves carry your worries away. A calm evening by the beach with a book or nothing relaxes every inch in your bod. As you watch the waves unfold, direct cool breeze towards you, creating a song that numbs your nerves. Waves are the best, even the big dangerous ones. You
Oysters are salt-water bivalve mollusks found in oceans/sea/brackish habitats. They belong to the ostreoidea family. They can be consumed raw or cooked by humans. And some of them have pearl that is harvested to make decorative objects. Types of Oysters 1. True Oysters Comprises of the edible oysters. Examples include belon oyster, Olympia oyster, pacific
After reading more about the animal with albinism and how rare they are. I was motivated to research on the rare animals found in the deep water bodies. Rare status motivates curiosity. Rare animals are species that are not common and not easily encountered. They are not necessarily endangered or threaten. I was able to
Did you know that? Today we celebrate World Ocean Day. A day to reflect all the goodness and richness of our oceans. It’s also a convenient time to reflect on the negative impacts we have subjected these oceans to. Did you know that oceans covers three-quarters of planet earth. Oceans are the largest water bodies.