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The coconut tree, king-tree of the islands

In the past, the coconut tree was undoubtedly the lifeline of islanders living between the equator and the Tropic of Capricorn in the South, so much so that some have used it to symbolize these regions of the world. Indeed, for a long time the inhabitants of islands used it constantly in their daily life.… Keep Reading

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Interview with Matthieu Lapinski, ecologist and president of the Ailerons Association

From June to December 2020, we supported in two formats, the Ailerons association. The first, and which made it possible to launch the partnership, was the scientific expedition they led off Corsica. The goal of this week-long trip? Observe, understand, and place tags on Mobula mobula rays. Obviously, within the Click-Dive team, when Benoit Verdeille,… Keep Reading

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The Brown Grouper, treasure of the Mediterranean

Did you know that the Mediterranean is a biodiversity hotspot? Representing in surface area 0.82% of the world’s oceans, the Mediterranean sea is home to 9% of the world’s biodiversity. Diving in the Mediterranean sea means having the chance to meet a Mobula ray, a Mola mola, a Blue Skin shark including the possibility to… Keep Reading

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Posidonia, A marine plant with multiple powers

Being ocean lovers like us, we cannot ignore it. Green in the water, dried up on our beaches, giving us an unpleasant sensation on our legs when we get out from our swim, Posidonia is the lung of the Earth! Often named by default “Algae”, it remains nevertheless a marine plant. This invaluable and irreplaceable… Keep Reading

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