Te Wānanga, the new public space appearing in Auckland's ferry basin is going to bring the marine world to the thousands of visitors and locals that pass through there every day. Shellfish restoration will be a key part of that story, with mussel ropes extending from the new platform to the seafloor. Mahi nui Auckland Transport
New research suggests that the global population of oceanic sharks/mangō and rays/whai has declined by more than 70% in the past 50 years and qualifies over 75% of all species to be classed as threatened with extinction.
Some of these globally threatened shark species can be seen here in the Hauraki Gulf Marine Park, another reason why more research and our goal of at least 30% marine protection is so important.
This is a game changer. 30,000 students are spending the next 21 days looking at how to restore the Hauraki Gulf. What an incredible initiative by Young Ocean Explorers 👏👏 follow progress at the link below! ... See MoreSee Less
Young Ocean Explorers has been on a mission since 2012 to inspire kids to love our ocean - through entertaining education. We want to capture children's imaginations through great storytelling, bringi...