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The Save our Seas Foundation is celebrating an overwhelming number of applications and awards. This heralds a hopeful new cohort of ocean conservationists, young scientists and local initiatives being supported…

Genève, Suisse, 23 juin 20121 - Si la mission première de la fondation suisse Save Our Seas est de soutenir des projets de recherches, d’éducation et de conservation des requins et…

A Seychellois girl won a spot on a marine education camp at the Save Our Seas Foundation D’Arros Research Centre. Seven years later she returns as a research assistant trainee,…

Geneva, 23rd of February 2021_A new study shows how two shark species, the sicklefin lemon shark and the blacktip reef shark, peacefully coexist at St Joseph Atoll, despite their similar diets…

Geneva, Switzerland, 1st December 2020 - The Save Our Seas Foundation (SOSF), which supports shark and rays conservation projects worldwide, has partnered with the Wavescape Surf and Ocean Festival to…

Cape Town, South Africa, 30th of September 2020_ The Two Oceans Aquarium is proud to announce that it has joined forces with the international philanthropic organisation the Save Our Seas Foundation…

Genève, le 23 Septembre 2020 - La Fondation Save Our Seas (SOSF) a établi son siège à Genève il y a tout juste 17 ans, le 23 Septembre 2003.  Son…

FORT LAUDERDALE/DAVIE, Fla. – 15.09.2020 -  They are some of the most iconic and unique-looking creatures in our oceans. While some may think they look a bit “odd,” one thing…

Geneva, Switzerland – 28 July 2020 – A new study from the Save Our Seas Foundation D’Arros Research Centre (SOSF RDC), based on D’Arros Island, highlights the importance of Seychelles…

Geneva, 29th of June 2020 - Since 2003, the Save Our Seas Foundation (SOSF) has been dedicated to protecting life in our oceans, especially sharks and rays. To do this,…

SEYCHELLES TO PROTECT INTACT MARINE ECOSYSTEMS AT D’ARROS ISLAND AND ST JOSEPH ATOLL   Geneva, Switzerland – 26 March 2020 –The Save Our Seas Foundation (SOSF), together with the Government…

Geneva, Switzerland - 18 March 2020 - Two new species of shark are now known to science. They belong to a family of sharks known as sawsharks, named for their saw-like…