The good news in this edition of The Better World is shore to make you smile!
IS THIS REAL LIFE OR IS THIS A FANTA'SEA?
(Image credit.Source: via Al Jazeera, [Alexis Rosenfeldemail@example.com via AP])
One of the largest coral reefs in the world was discovered in pristine condition, off the coast of Tahiti by a UNESCO-supported research team. These corals are shaped like giant roses and was described as a 'work of art' to look at. More, here.
RAISE A GLASS TO THE TEQUILA SPLITFIN!
(Image credit / Source: Image via Indian Express, (The Chester Zoo via AP)
An almost-extinct species of freshwater fish called the Tequila Splitfin has been successfully reintroduced to the wild.
This project originally started in 1998 with about 80 fishes in a lab in the University of Mexico, to a now thriving population in the wild. Read the full story, here.
Surfers Andrew Turton & Pete Ceglinski quit their jobs and sourced seed funding to design a prototype ocean garbage collecting ‘Seabin’.
The Seabin Project developed upstream solutions for waterways close to high population areas. Their goal was simple: if you can capture the debris deposited into the water at its most common source near land, less garbage will work its way out into the oceans. Know more, here.
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Sea'gueing into our reading reccos for the week, in line with our oceanic theme is Great Pacific: Trashed by Joe Harris & Martin Morazzo. A sci-fi adventure across the ocean, you can read this book for FREE with Kindle! Read here.
That’s all folks.
Waving goodbye for now, until the next time!