Cocos Island National Park in Costa Rica is known worldwide as an ocean haven for spectacular sharks, rare sea turtles, ...
Schools of hammerhead sharks, Silky, Galapagos and Tiger sharks, and gentle sea turtles abound in the waters surrounding Cocos Island National Marine Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Cocos Island s...
Join a research expedition to Cocos Island, Costa Rica and work alongside scientists tagging and censusing sea turtles and sharks at one of the world’s premiere scuba diving sites.
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Cocos Island is about halfway between the coast of Costa Rica and the famed Galapagos Islands of Ecuador – along a key “swimway” for
Volunteer Opportunity to Participate in Tagging and Tracking Sea Turtles and Hammerhead Sharks December 9 - 19, 2014 - Only One Spot Left! One spot available at a $500 discount. February 1
When: Thursday, November 13 at 7 pm Where: Yogitoes, 2403 Main St, Santa Monica, CA 90405 Join us for a special sangha (community gathering) in celebration of sea turtles and the
Shark Scientists Focus on Finding Out Where Threatened Sharks Swim at International Bogotá Conference
Shark scientists gathered last week at a conference organized by the Colombian Presidential Agency for International Cooperation to learn how to effec...
One normal migration for turtles, one giant discovery for humankind. With his 14-day journey from the waters of Costa Rica’s Cocos Island National P...
First Scientific Proof of Migration Paths & Connection Between Marine Protected Areas in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Olema, Calif (June 19...