The green sea turtle nesting season is coming to an end on Tetiaroa atoll. Our marine biologist Margaux stays on the atoll during the entire season to perform the scientific study conducted there on green sea turtle nesting sites since 2007. Discover on these images some green sea turtle hatchlings joining the lagoon! — ** […]
-> IDENTITY Name: MITI ITI Species: Green turtle Origin: Moorea -> HEALTH STATUS Upon arrival: Weak and floating with several wounds on its head and neck due to speargun poaching attempts. Currently: Buoyancy issues reducing its swimming and feeding capacities. Miti Iti means « small sea ». Miti Iti is currently in the resting pool […]
Vilebrequin has been supporting Te mana o te moana since 2016. With the creation of a father & son « Mappemonde Dots » swim short collection and the donation of a portion of the sales profits to our association, Vilebrequin has become a privileged partner. –> More information on this partnership here.
We need you to obtain the « Summer Sea Turtle Sustainability Grant » funded by the See Turtles Organization and the Turtle Restoration Network. The process is simple, you just have to vote for Te mana o te moana at the following link: http://www.seaturtles.org/vote indicating your name, first name and email address. This funding would be […]
As part of the sea turtle photo-identification program, we need photos of the profile of sea turtles observed in Polynesian waters. Indeed, the scales on each side of their head are, like human fingerprints, unique to each individual and do not vary with age. In order to study their distribution, their movements and obtain information […]