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Stakeholders Run At Losses in Aquaculture Amid COVID-19 Period

One of the webinars recently organized in May 2020 by the West Africa Region of World Aquaculture society, Africa Chapter saw a lot of stakeholders complaining on behalf of different countries and society on how the lockdown measures amid the Covid-19 pandemic has caused major setbacks in the sales of

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NAME-IT Challenge #2

Welcome to the “NAME IT” section where you will be required to give the correct name(s) of the aquatic organisms provided! What type of Whale is this? If you know it, drop the name at the comment section below. Entry closes Saturday, 30th May 2020

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A Pink Deep-water Discovered In Mumbai Wetland

According to reports from Hindustantimes, a photojournalist Pratik Chorge discovered a deep pink water located towards the southeren end of the wetland in Mumbai on Thursday 15th of May 2020. As the first week of May 2020, the pink water was not seen in the reported area until the late

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Drainage Channel Abuse: Major Pathway to Ocean pollution

The incessant and inappropriate use and abuse of drainage channels in Nigeria is alarming! Amongst the purposes of drainage channel are to reduce flooding and ease the movement of unharmful liquid substances, rather than the intended purposes, the drainage channels are being used as waste banks. So sad! According to

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NAME-IT Challenge #1

Welcome to the “NAME IT” section where you will be required to give the correct name(s) of the aquatic organisms provided! Do you know this sea animal? If you do, drop the name at the comment section below. Entry closes Saturday, 23rd May 2020

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Oniru Beach, Victoria Island, Lagos Clean-Up

One of the important ways our team promote the immunity of aquatic bodies is by cleaning up the aquatic environment. On the 29th of September 2019, our team volunteered with Ocean conservancy to help clean up the Oniru beach. Tones of materials; plastic, straws, bottles, nylon materials, metals and many

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Time-Out at Great Lillies Montessori College, Ikotun, Lagos

On the 1st of November 2019, Aqualife7000 visited Great Lilies college in one of their time out sessions and the students were enlighten about the ADVERSE EFFECT OF OCEAN AND PLASTIC POLLUTION. The students were challenged to make a great change in their home and the society; they were charged

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