The Junior Seahorse Ambassadors will be sharing the message of marine stewardship with 12 children from the near by villages of Tavarua, Fiji from May 16-24th, 2014, at Tavarua Island Resort. Through surfing, snorkeling, and ocean games combined with the release of seahorses, the creation of coral and giant clam gardens, and the sharing of knowledge from their elders, our hope is that these Fijian and Hawaii children will become inspired to become marine stewards of their local reef and reefs around the world. Click here to learn more »
Today the seahorse is facing extinction from over fishing for the pet and medicine trade, and habitat destruction from global warming and development. The wild seahorse is so rare today that it is rarely seen by anyone. Learn more »
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World Seahorse Gene Bank
We are looking to add 15 new species to our living seahorse gene bank dedicated to the captive breeding of seahorses and release of offspring back in to their native habitat. These include the Pygmy seahorse H.barbiganti from the Solomon Islands.
An up-close look at the Hawaiian Seahorse farm, Ocean Rider and interview with Carol Cozzi-Schmarr. Carol discusses the efforts in captive breeding of seahorses and the impact of the world's ecosystems — particularly Hawaii. View the video »