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Seaview Science: Clownfish symbiosis

The anemone fish, aka clownfish is undoubtedly the most well known fish on the Great Barrier Reef thanks largely to the film 'Finding Nemo'. The anemone fish's relationship with the sea anemone is a great example of mutually beneficial symbiosis - if you are unclear of what this means then let Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg explain in this Seaview Science video.

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Science | Ages 7 - 11

Coral Oceans

These resources for ages 7-11 are based on the journeys undertaken by science teams taking part in the XL Catlin Seaview Survey expeditions. These resources present a complete scheme of work for the science classroom, covering core science and sustainability curriculum areas as well as enhancing students' creative and communications skills.

Seaview Science: Jellyfish

Learn more about another amazing creature that lives in our coral oceans - the jellyfish.

Seaview Science: Reefs caves

​Discover the hidden underwater-world that lives in reef caves.

Seaview Science: Coral reefs

Learn about the importance of coral reefs with Professor Ove Hoegh-Guldberg​.

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