Category: Mauritius Marine Science Journalism

The many fundamental facets the oceanic world via Oceanography,Marine Biology ,Underwater Photography and the art and science of Scuba diving.

We as humans live on an ocean planet ,with how i might term “glimpses of terrain”,land itself encompasses approximately 29 percent of the earths surface,with the remaining 71 percent constituting that of the seas and oceans. The seas and oceans do contribute in part to the sustenance to […]

The sea anemone Mauritius….its scientific classification being Actinicria,over 1000 species exist globally.Photos and written by Jean-Yves Bignoux. (En Francais)L’anémone de mer l’Ile Maurice….sa classification scientifique d’être Actinicria,plus de 1000 espèces existent dans le monde.Les photos et écrit par Jean-Yves Bignoux.

Canon EOS 7D Ikelite underwater housing 60mm Tamron lens DS 160 Ikelite flash ,by Jean-Yves Bignoux The sea anemone….its scientific classification being Actinicria…They dance in the currents ..While providing a symbiotic relationship with the well known Clownish,  the Sea Anemone are indeed a close relative to corals,with this […]

Marine biological, marine ecological footprints and marine biodiversity …Marine Science Journalism ,the observation,reporting and research in underwater Mauritius and worlwide-Republique de Maurice . photos and written by Jean-Yves Bignoux

Marine science journalism and the observation and research into our ocean and seas ,indeed a vast and expansive realm and that of a subject of nature to investigate and research Marine biological and  marine ecological footprints in Mauritius and that of worldwide is an important aspect if we […]