Caught a fish in Wallaroo Jetty. Don't know the species.
Purple wrasse range extension to Greenly Island
Found under Rapid Bay Jetty, a common location for this species.
Longspine sea urchin seen off the east coast of Kangaroo Island
In 2015, mankind will take about one trillion photos. Up until 2010, 3.8 trillion photos had been taken. If taking photos solved climate change, 2015 would cause the earth’s climate to be cesspool-level stagnant, writes Discover Magazine Online. As we know, taking photographs does not solve climate change — If only. Still, citizen science projects like RedMap use photography to collect data on our changing environment. Read the full story here.
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- Redmap's Dolphinfish sighting in Fishing World news
- Changing oceans - a video with Dr Gretta Pecl