Coelacanth – No Longer A Living Fossil

This weird fish called the coelacanth has long been known as a living fossil. After disapearing for over 60 million years it reappeared. And now genetic testing shows it has been hijacking genes from other species. Read More

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The Economic Value of Marine and Coastal Biodiversity to the Maldives Economy

The seventh largest coral reefs in the world, based in the Maldives, provide an immense economic value to the nation’s economy highlighting the need for the tourism and fisheries sectors to make marine and coastal conservation a priority. Click here to read more.

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Saima Baig