Shark expert (and guest blogger) Brent Stewart reports from the boat in Cenderawasih Bay.
A CI-led expedition ventures into Indonesia’s Cenderawasih Bay to expand scientific knowledge about the world’s largest fish.
A staff writer sees firsthand how CI’s work in Brazil protects the traditional livelihoods of coastal dwellers.
All ‘creepy’ critters have a role in the ecosystem, and none will go out of their way to harm me — these animals consider humans to be the dangerous ones.
As we crunched away on fish bones at our makeshift bamboo table, I felt a sharp shooting pain that made me jump and yelp.
Collecting data in crocodile-infested waters is all part of a day’s work for marine biologist Christine Huffard.
In the mountains of Papua New Guinea, CI’s Trond Larsen comes face-to-face with one of the planet’s less cuddly species.
In the world’s most biologically-rich savannah grassland, we recently held a workshop to help local teachers pass on knowledge about this threatened ecosystem with their students.
More than 1,400 species of fish and 550 species of hard corals. In Raja Ampat, you can spend hours underwater without a single second of boredom.
How does climate change affect birds and other species — including us? CI’s Bruce Beehler recently went into the forests of Papua New Guinea to find out.