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Thursday, 2 May 2013

Into the lens

Our very good friends from the East End, Ocean Frontiers, have announced their brand new reef cam. And a fun and fascinating thing to watch it is too, especially if you can't get in the water to be with the marine life. Check it out HERE


  
"The ‘ocean-cam’ is part of a monitoring project that has just been launched in partnership with Teens4Oceans, a non-profit organisation that encourages young people to get involved in the stewardship of the ocean through research, technology and education. With this new equipment teenagers from across the world will be watching what is happening on Cayman’s reefs."

"The busiest time is dusk between 5:30 and 6:30pm,”said (Steve) Broadbelt.  “There is a lot of fish activity as they come across from point A to point B, and this is just by day, we don’t know what they are doing at night." 


It's alright Steve, we know what fish get up to at night *nudge-nudge, wink-wink*