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Marine life is wildlife

By Spencer Roberts. Beneath a raging storm in the Gulf of Mexico, among the creaking oil platforms, a magnificent creature is born. Hatching at just 3.5 millimeters in length , the small fry may appear at the bottom of the food chain, but she is a predator.

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No Planet B
Effective activism for marine conservation

Fish are first and foremost wildlife. Marine animals and their habitats have never been afforded the same protection as the terrestrial environment. That has to change. We will not accept that seventy-one percent of our planet is left to the stewardship of organisations that profit from its destruction.

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Catch and release sportfishing will kill endangered bluefin tuna

If you go to the UK coast and look out to sea you may be lucky and spot one of the world’s largest and most spectacular fish. The remarkable bluefin tuna has returned to UK coastal waters after an absence of over half a century and they can once again be seen leaping from the water as they chase schools of fish at the surface.

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Marine life is wildlife

By Spencer Roberts. Beneath a raging storm in the Gulf of Mexico, among the creaking oil platforms, a magnificent creature is born. Hatching at just 3.5 millimeters in length , the small fry may appear at the bottom of the food chain, but she is a predator.

Read More
No Planet B
Effective activism for marine conservation

Fish are first and foremost wildlife. Marine animals and their habitats have never been afforded the same protection as the terrestrial environment. That has to change. We will not accept that seventy-one percent of our planet is left to the stewardship of organisations that profit from its destruction.

Read More
Catch and release sportfishing will kill endangered bluefin tuna

If you go to the UK coast and look out to sea you may be lucky and spot one of the world’s largest and most spectacular fish. The remarkable bluefin tuna has returned to UK coastal waters after an absence of over half a century and they can once again be seen leaping from the water as they chase schools of fish at the surface.

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