We venture out into the big blue to check out the latest developments in Marine Protected Areas - or MPAs - those areas of the ocean set aside to let wildlife recover and thrive. Hot off the press, a new report launched in Nagoya tells us how many MPAs there are globally, where they are, and how much of the ocean they cover. Have we reached the 10% target yet? Plus we find out about a new generation of MPAs soon to appear around the UK coast and track down bottlenose dolphins and a gaggle of sea birds in a marine reserve off the Welsh coast.
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Scientists have uncovered the ingenious solution a tiny mangrove fish has to survive *out* of water for several weeks at a time.
A new website offers up a virtual tour of protected areas both above and below the waves
A new book provides the latest stats on how much of the oceans are currently protected and we find out whether global targets have been met.
Jen Ashworth from Natural England gives us the low down on a series of new MPAs that are soon to appear around the English coastline.
We venture out and about to track down some wonderful ocean wildlife in a marine reserve off the Welsh coast.
IUCN's Dan Laffoley chooses our critter of the month and unveils an amazing ocean migrant