From precious coral and slimey sea cucumbers to luxury fish lips and beautiful seahorses, this month Naked Oceans explores the many ways we trade the oceans.
We sift through some of the highest price-tags in the sea and find out what impact this all has on ocean life. Helen pays a visit to an aquarium that breeds seahorses and finds out how to mail them around the world. And we ask, Is Blue Carbon the new green? Will converting marine life into carbon credits help fend off climate change? And in Critter of the Month we meet a very rare animal, with a very big appetite.
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A new report draws a global map of the threats facing coral reefs today
We offer a rundown of some of the top price-tags on marine species we like to eat and wear
Breeding seahorses in captivity to supply aquariums aims to help reduce pressure on wild populations.
Mark Baumgartner from Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution chooses a very rare critter with a huge appetite.
Will converting marine life into carbon credits help fend off climate change? Is Blue Carbon the new green?