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Ten Climate Change "Flagship" Species Named

December 13, 2009

Starving koalas and homeless clownfish are among ten species likely to suffer huge losses due to global warming, according to a report released today at the Copenhagen climate change conferenceby the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN).

Operation Saving Nemo saves over 500 clownfish

February 04, 2014

It's ironic that the movie Finding Nemo, about the journey of a captured clownfish returning to the wild, has resulted in a huge domestic market for the capturing of the fish, but a group of university researchers in Adelaide have found the real answer to saving Nemo

Clownfish release program in Thailand

April 07, 2015

Realizing the importance of protecting underwater ecosystems Pimalai Resort and Spa is pleased to be a leader in initiating an annual clownfish release programme. 

Finding Nemo on Great Barrier Reef proves difficult for researchers

June 16, 2015

Finding Nemo is proving to be more difficult nowadays after a new study revealed the number of sea anemones and anemone fishes found on the Great Barrier Reef is low

 

Diseased fish confirm damage to Great Barrier Reef ecosystem, say scientists

June 16, 2015

New research into reef confirms sediment from coastal agriculture and industry development, such as the dredging for ports, is having an adverse effect on fish more about this item. What's it about and what makes it interesting? 

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