Watch these humpback whales use a very smart way to
confuse and trap fish. Teamwork!
|Connor is the first MicroActivist and urges other children to join in with keeping beaches debris-free.|
From birth, Connor loved the water. It soothed him, drew him in and was always his happy place ... During a trip to visit family in Hawaii, Connor saw a wild monk seal on an early morning walk down the beach (and) he had to learn all there was to learn about the endangered monk seal. Learning how these curious creatures are often entangled in discarded fishing nets and leftover beach trash set the five-year-old on a mission to clean up as many beaches as he could...What started as one little boy's mission to save endangered monk seals has grown into a movement of kids determined to change the fate of the oceans!
The Aquarium of the Pacific has awarded Connor with the 2017 Youth Hero of the Year Award for his ongoing efforts on ocean conservation. And he earned the 2017 Earth Warrior Hero Award.
Kids can join Connor in ocean conservation like these boys and girls pictured below during a recent beach cleanup.
--from Microactivist Foundation
|Pyrosome. (NOAA photo)|