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44 endangered sea turtles released into the wild after successful rescue and rehabilitation

On 17 January 2022, the sea turtle rehabilitation team of the Two Oceans Aquarium Education…

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Red-chested sea cucumber

Red-chested sea cucumbers live in great numbers on shallow reefs. According to Two Oceans: A…

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There are 39 species of klipvis and all are found only off the coast of southern Africa! Most klipvis live in shallow rocky areas, but some can also be found in sandy areas. Klipvis do not lay eggs; their eggs are fertilised internally. Mating can be a lengthy process and take up to an hour or longer! The females give birth to fully developed babies. 

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