The Latest News!

Here’s this week’s roundup of interesting news stories that relate to our work at Marine Conservation Institute. As always, let us know what you think! Researchers rescue seals caught in marine debris Houston Chronicle: Researchers rescued nine Hawaiian monk seals caught in fish nets and other marine debris this summer during an annual trip to
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This Week’s News Highlights!

Here are some of the news articles that we think are interesting, intriguing, and important! Take a look at them, and tell us what you think. We want to hear from YOU! $3M center planned for Hawaiian monk seals AP (via Mercury News): A California center is planning to build a $3 million rehabilitation center
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A Glimpse into One of Our Nation’s Best Treasures!

Tomorrow, an exhibit will open at the Waikiki Aquarium in Honolulu, Hawaii. This exhibit will display fish and corals from the Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument – the largest protected area in the United States, and a site rarely seen by anyone! Papahānaumokuākea is a Hawaiian name for the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, a series of remote
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News Clips We Care About!

News Clips We Care About! Some interesting, fun, and crazy stuff happened this week in the marine world!Take a look, and tell us what you think about it all: Ambitions as Deep as Their Pockets New York Times: A new generation of daredevils is seeking to plunge through nearly seven miles of seawater to the
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