Life in our rockpools is more gruesome than you might think. Read on if you dare…
Our seas are amazing, but much of the wildlife is hidden beneath the waves. So how do you bring these hidden wonders to life?
Two Marine Conservation Zones have been recommended to protect the muddy seabed of the Irish Sea
Explore the depths of South-West Deeps (East), a recommended Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ) 170km off the tip of Cornwall.
Explore the wildlife-rich waters of Bembridge recommended Marine Conservation Zone, one of 41 special places at sea that need your help!
Explore the wildlife of Holderness Offshore, one of 41 special areas of the sea we want to see protected as a Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ).
Explore the seagrass meadows of Studland Bay, one of 41 special places at sea we want to see protected as a Marine Conservation Zone (MCZ).
Take a dive beneath the waters at Selsey Bill and the Hounds, exploring the wildlife of one of the 41 special places at sea we want to see designated as Marine Conservation Zones.
Explore Beachy Head East, one of 41 special areas at sea we want to see protected as a Marine Conservation Zone.
With the Government currently consulting on creating 41 new Marine Conservation Zones (MCZs), marine biologist Emily Cunningham explains why MCZs are so important for our seas.