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Transmitting thornback rays (Raja Clavata) send valuable information!

The thornback ray belongs in the habitat along the coasts of the Netherlands and Belgium, but has almost disappeared here due to overfishing. The species […]

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Kimberley Goes South-Africa: Looking Back!

When I signed up for the internship of 3 months I was really looking forward to it, but I also wondered if it was not […]

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Kimberley goes SA: sharks, sharks and… many plastic straws!

What a great way to start the week!!! After the big beach-cleanup in Hermanus we did a ‘volunteer only trip’. This means that only volunteers […]

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Shark & Rays back into the North Sea: First tagged thornback ray recaptured and registered!

Project Partners WWF NL, Sportvisserij Nederland, Dutch Shark Society, Blue Linked and The NorthSea Foundation report: The first tagged thornback ray has surfaced, both in […]

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Kimberley goes SA: a cake, kids and sharks!

The first real week of the 21 ocean days. A busy week, and actually we did a beach clean-up almost every day! Something that is […]

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Kimberley Goes SA: Sharks, Dogs and Old People

This week flew by. Finally, the weather is starting to get better so we had 4 ‘sea days’ this week. On Monday it was a […]

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Kimberly in South Africa: about sharks, lions and penguins!

The 2nd week is over, time flies! We started this week with the dogs in the dog rescue center B.A.R.C. We try to do this […]

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Kimberley saw her first great white shark!

In the first two days, I explored Cape Town and visited the Two Oceans Aquarium, before I was joined by other volunteers and we were picked up […]

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Kimberley goes South Africa!

Kimberley Deumer is going to South Africa for an internship with White Shark Projects. She’ll be there from August 13 till November 2. White Shark […]

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They’re back! Come visit our rays!

In the winter months it was too cold to release the young animals in the North Sea. We started releasing again when the water temperature […]

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