Recently, Project Seahorse scientists have been featured in a number of news stories about seahorses and broader conservation issues. Here are a few highlights:
In October, Nightline, ABC's flagship current affairs program, ran a segment on seahorse conservation that featured Project Seahorse Associate Director Dr. Heather Koldewey. The clips are from a longer NatGeo TV documentary about seahorses called "The Freaky Fish." Click on the video still to watch the segment.
Also this month, Project Seahorse Director Dr. Amanda Vincent makes the argument in an Aquatic Conservation editorial that conservationists would do well to focus on coastal marine ecosystems to raise public awareness about the threats to our oceans. You can read the story here.
In August, the Wall Street Journal published a short video documentary about seahorse aquaculture.
Our work is also featured in the University of British Columbia's newly launched "Start an evolution campaign":
You can read more about the campaign on the StartAnEvolution website.
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