Marine Megafauna and Planetary Health

Post archives: Jun 2021

Not So Nutritious: how microplastics are polluting the diet of manta rays and whale sharks – By Jessell Minchin-Stephens

Plastic, it is impossible to escape. Almost every single activity you have undertaken today will have included some sort of plastic. Your toothbrush, phone case,… Read More

Maternal offloading in elasmobranchs – the invisible killer affecting future generations of marine megafauna – By Jasmine Rasmussen

One area of science that often fails to reach public emotional interest is ecotoxicology. The bioaccumulation of toxic trace elements and persistent organic pollutants (POPs)… Read More