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The Flying Mobula Rays

Mobula rays make a habit of leaping out of the ocean in amazing acrobatic form, particularly when they gather in groups This behaviour is still poorly understood by scientists however possible reasons include communication, courtship, feeding, and even a behaviour to parasite removal.

For a Plastic-Free Christmas

We’ve shared our top tips for having a plastic-free, sustainable Christmas so you can stay environmentally conscious during this festive season at ease.

Our Marine Environment

New Zealand lives and breathes its ocean. It’s the core of our identity, survival, quality of life and even our economy. Tangata whenua have a

Fishing Industry Spin on Maui Dolphin

A series of full page advertisements in the Dominion Post by Seafood NZ is suggestive of an industry throwing its weight and money behind a ‘lip service’ campaign to reassure the public of a sustainable industry. Science Advisor for Our Seas Our Future, Veronica Rotman, provides some feedback to these Seafood NZ advertisements..

Our Seas Our Future Joins Team Red

You can join our Team Red team by using your NZ Blood App, and adding yourself to the Our Seas Our Future Team Red under “My Profile”. Your donation count will then be counted with all the other members in our Team. It is that easy!

OSOF applauds School Climate Strike Success

Our Seas Our Future (OSOF) would like to congratulate those who participated in the School Strike for Climate which took place on Friday and involved tens of thousands of school students. As a non-profit charity organisation dedicated to raising awareness on environmental issues, this unprecedented call for political action by school students is seen as an important example of grassroots climate activism in the 21st century.

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