Great White Shark responsible for attacks in Seychelles

A fragment of a shark tooth extracted by surgeons from  shark attack victim Ian Redmond is most  probably  from a Great White (Carcharodon carcharias). This is the opinion of South African scientists from the Kwa Zulu Natal Sharks Board  whose  assistance has been sought  by Seychelles authorities.

Investing in urban green spaces

Nestled between the Stad Linite (National Sports Complex) and the Roche Caiman housing estate, is a unique part of the Victoria landscape. The Sanctuary at Roche Caiman, an urban wetland, is an important green space used for recreation and education by locals and visitors alike. Its location and proximity to Victoria makes it easy to visit.

Building coral reefs of the future

Coral reef restoration in Seychelles should not simply replace the corals that have been lost through climate change but must also build 'reefs of the future' that are resilient to future climate impacts, a group of regional and international coral reef experts have said. The coral experts were attending a technical meeting on coral reef restoration organised by Nature Seychelles in June.

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