Our first article about Statia’s sea turtles focuses on how to identify turtles, from species via sex to individuals, and how to support science and conservation regarding sea turtles around St. Eustatius (Caribbean Netherlands) and beyond: Turtles are among the favourites of many divers around the world. Before explaining how […]Weiterlesen
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In this minute of relaxation, we bring you another Caribbean addition in our series „Take a Minute to relax“. The small but beautiful Monacanthus tuckeri, a.k.a. the Slender filefish. Although most individuals encountered, range between 2-5cm in length, they can potentially grow up to 10cm! They have laterally compressed, slender, […]Weiterlesen
In this minute of relaxation, we would like to introduce you to a creature, that despite being quite the character, is often overlooked by most that visit the tropical reefs of the Caribbean: Roughhead Blenny (Acanthemblemaria aspera). Looking at the creature, it’s easy to understand how this name came to […]Weiterlesen
Here’s why you should go to Statia (St Eustatius, Caribbean Netherlands): We are missing our floppy reef with the friendly turtles, massive french angelfish, cute cowfish, beloved eagle rays, and sharkies. Just to name a few. STENAPA (St Eustatius National Parks Foundation) takes care of these treasures – underwater and […]Weiterlesen