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Mandu can see clearly again after surgery
Tuesday, October 09, 2018

Last month ophthalmic surgeon, Dr. Leonard Teye-Botchway, operated on the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo’s Parma Wallaby, Mandu, removing his luxated lens that was causing fluid build-up and dangerous pressure to form in his eye.


Reid, Dowling, Hill, Godfrey Awarded Scholarships
Wednesday, September 19, 2018

The Bermuda Zoological Society has selected the recipients of the Steinhoff/BZS scholarship and, for the first time, the Pye Scholarship, with Amber Reid, Ryan Dowling, Archer Hill and Jessica Godfrey all being awarded scholarships.


Oldest seal at BAMZ dies aged 35
Thursday, August 30, 2018

The oldest harbour seal at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo has died at the age of 35.


‘Bermuda Adventure’ continues
Tuesday, August 07, 2018

A pilot programme of community celebration, organised by the group Imagine Bermuda, marked a success at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo.


Turtle project marks 50 years
Thursday, August 02, 2018

The Bermuda Turtle Project is celebrating half a century of the protection and study of sea turtles.



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Video: Shark Makes ‘Visit’ To Shelly Bay Beach
Bernews
Monday, June 04, 2018


Yet another video of a shark has gone viral, this time with footage appearing to show the shark coming in close to shore at Shelly Bay Beach.

This latest shark sighting comes following a number of others, with local expert Choy Aming previously saying that he is “almost positive that the same hammerhead is being spotted repeatedly,” going on to explain that hammerheads “are quite docile and are not really a threat to people” and noted that “this may be the only hammerhead you see in Bermuda in your life.”
 

 

In April, Mr. Aming, who is involved with Bermuda Shark Project, told Bernews, “I am almost positive that the same hammerhead is being spotted repeatedly. I have been sent probably 10 different videos of the hammerhead over the last few weeks.

“This shark was first in Flatts and then spotted twice in St.George’s Harbour at the beginning of April. No one saw it for a week or so and then it was spotted at Swing Bridge and twice in St. Georges Harbor again. The last sighting was in the channel near Admiralty House on the weekend.”