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Turtle Missing Flipper Ready To Return To Wild
Friday, January 10, 2014

After over a year of recuperating at the Bermuda, Aquarium, Museum & Zoo [BAMZ] after sustaining a severe injury that saw him lose one of his flippers, a turtle is ready to be returned to the wild.


Bermuda’s Coral Reefs featured in new book
Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Bermuda’s coral reefs have been featured in a new book which helps to showcase them to a global audience, and the information contained in it will be a key reference for our school children, Minister of Environment and Planning Sylvan Richards said today.


Two fish recognised as unique to Island’s waters
Tuesday, December 03, 2013

A pair of Bermuda fish species have been recognised by the Smithsonian Institution as being unique to Bermuda’s waters.


Two Unique Bermuda Fish Recognised
Monday, December 02, 2013

Scientists at the Smithsonian Institution recently recognised two new Bermuda endemic fish species. The Collette’s half beak and the Yellowfin Chromis have been known for some time, but they were only recently determined to be unique to Bermuda’s waters.


Deloitte Staff Give Back During “Impact Day”
Monday, November 25, 2013

Staff from Deloitte set aside laptops, phones and office duties recently on Deloitte’s annual Impact Day, a firm-wide day of volunteer service.



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Ocean Vet pilot film released
Bermuda Sun
Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Sara Lagan, /Sub editor/Writer
Wednesday, October 16, 2013 7:37 AM

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Dr Neil Burnie has released a pilot film for Ocean Vet, a series that has the potential to be developed into an Animal Planet series.

The film shows the local vet and co-founder of the Bermuda Shark Project “tagging and swimming with 800lb tiger sharks to gliding through the waters with migrating humpback whales.”

Independent production company Gass Productions were on island filming last month and have contributed shows to Animal Planet's Rod and Rucksack series. They have already produced two separate seasons for Animal Planet and Bermuda could be the next "big thing" to hit the screens.