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All about turtles

- Turtle species
- Sea turtles coloring book
- Turtles of the Mediterranean
- Turtles forum
- Marine turtles
- Turtle pictures galleries
- The great turtle race
- Turtle conservation travel
- Kidīs questions about turtles

Report Bad Link -- Link verified : 22-1-2011

Carpentaria Ghost Nets

A great site about a continuing problem in northern Australian seas - ghost nets. They are killing thousands of marine animals, including endangered marine turtles. See updated data showing the origin of nets and the most collected items. A great example of an NHT sponsored project working with indigenous people.

Report Bad Link -- Link verified : 4-2-2008

Dive-Oz - What are nudibranchs

Excellent information on nudibranchs, covers Introduction, Anatomy, Reproduction, Diet, Defence, Classification, Identification and References, Glossary, References and Further Reading (including Newsletters), Researchers and Species Lists.

The main Dive Oz site itself will also be of considerable interest to many.

Report Bad Link -- Link verified : 20-3-2002

Dolphin Research Institute Inc

The Dolphin Research Institute Inc. was seeded in 1989 by a group of like-minded volunteers who wanted to learn more about the dolphins in Port Phillip Bay in order to protect them; it was officially incorporated in 1991.

The Dolphin Research Institute is a CSIRO accredited Research Institute.Today it is a lean and efficient not-for-profit organisation which is making a significant impact. Three part-time staff are complemented by a research team consisting of a Research Committee, Summer university scholarship recipients, other university students on projects and an Associate base of over 50 members. A Board of Management oversees the general running and strategic planning of the organisation.

Contact Ben Camm, Education Director admin@dolphinresearch.org.au

Dolphin Research Institute
PO Box 77 (Western Port Marina)
Hastings Vic 3915
Ph - 1300 130 949

Report Bad Link -- Link verified : 29-6-2010

'Dragon Search'

'Dragon Search' is a monitoring program which encourages members of the community to provide information about sightings of the unique southern Australian fish - the seadragon.

The information will be used to determine the distribution, habitat requirements and research and management priorities for these little-known species. Anyone who visits the beach in Australia can get involved. Includes an excellent photo library.

Report Bad Link -- Link verified : 26-12-2000
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