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SPREP 2021 Pacific Cetacean Review

This report presents a general summary of cetacean species and their threats in the Pacific Islands region. The information in this report is separated into three main sections: i) an overview of cetaceans found in the Pacific Islands region, (ii) a review of key threats for Pacific Island cetaceans, and (iii) identification of knowledge gaps in assessing threats […]

#WalkWithWhales Immersive AR Experience

June 8th is World Ocean Day, and to mark the occasion, Blue Marine Foundation have launched a one-of-a-kind, immersive, augmented reality (AR)  experience where you can step into life underwater and see the world through the eyes of a humpback whale. Dive in and explore the mystery of the ocean in the company of some […]

The Marine Mammals Management Toolkit – Community of Practice

To fully realise the potential of the Marine Mammals Management Toolkit in building capacity and empowering Marine Protected Area (MPA) managers to effectively manage marine mammals, the Community of Practice now sits as the 4th core element of the Toolkit. The Community of Practice is designed to  connect  MPA practitioners from around the world with […]

New interactive ID resources for marine mammals by CARI’MAM

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New interactive identification resources for marine mammals have been released as part of the CARI’MAM project. They consist of biological illustrations of the 37 species of marine mammal observed in the Greater Caribbean Region, and interactive 3D images of 10 marine mammals of the Greater Caribbean region, produced by the Agoa Sanctuary. The illustrations can […]

CAR-SPA-RAC launch new species factsheets

CAR-SPA-RAC, to supplement the CARI’MAM project, have launched new species factsheets to support the discovery, management and observation of marine mammals in the Wider Caribbean Region (WCR). The WCR hosts a highly diversified community of marine mammals, with more than 35 species currently identified. The conservation status of these species varies but some have been […]

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