Coral Reefs

Hot Ocean Temps Killing Fiji Fish

I had reports of this dead fish from all the way down next to Mango Bay resort, down by Namatakula all the way down to Malevu and im sure it went to the other side of Sigatoka as well.
According to Bonito, the fish kills began on Sunday and he estimates it will continue today because it is only a part of the larger problem of coral bleaching.

The Sea & Climate Change

Tropical coral reefs cover less than 1% of the ocean, but they are home and nursery to 25% of all marine species; billions of fish, mollusks and other creatures rely on reefs for their food and shelter. Their wonder and beauty generates needed tourism dollars for many poor nations, and they act as natural barriers providing storm surge protection for many millions of coastal residents.

Protecting Coral

Visit “Students Take a Vacation Saving Coral” on Neptune 911 for Kids Take out a minute of your day, and watch this new video about deep sea trawling and protecting coral–one of the planet’s most endangered species. “Everywhere we go,… Read More ›