Here at the Kids Corner, we offer you fun and informative games, reading material, and pictures to get everyone excited about our world oceans and environment!
Protecting our blue panet starts with each and every one of us, big or small, and getting involved with ocean conservation and wilflife protection will help to 'awaken and activate our environmental spirit'.
The Grey Nurse Shark, also known as the sand tiger shark and the spotted ragged-tooth shark was the first shark in the world to be protected.
Listed as vulnerable in some countries, the Grey nurse shark is critically endangered in eastern Australia in part because of destructive shark-netting programs.
Grey nurse sharks may look threatening, but they are placid and slow-moving animals capable of beautiful interactions with humans.
Due to their late reproductive maturity and birth rates of only 2 pups every 2 years, Grey Nurse sharks are especially vulnerable to extinction. So let's help to protect these incredible animals!