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Stop Ocean Pollution
Keeping the oceans free of pollutants that threaten marine habitats, wildlife and humans.
Promote Responsible Fishing
Stopping seafood fraud and curbing destructive fishing methods that destroy habitat and kill wildlife.
Protect Marine Wildlife
Protecting the marine creatures, such as sea turtles and sharks, that are most at risk from irresponsible fishing methods.
Climate and Energy
Combating the effects of climate change on the oceans and advocating for cleaner energy and an end to offshore drilling.
Preserve Special Places
Protecting some of the world's most beautiful and threatened marine places, from the Arctic to Patagonia.
Oceana on the Water
On the water to document species, monitor irresponsible fishing and propose new protected areas.
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Bluntnose Sixgill Shark
Sharpnose Sevengill Shark
Velvet Belly Lanternshark
Pacific Angel Shark
Port Jackson Shark
Tawny Nurse Shark
Great White Shark
Whitetip Reef Shark
Scalloped Hammerhead Shark
Seagrass Beds and Kelp Forests
Indian Ocean: East|Coastal Type: Shallow, semi-enclosed bay|Water Type: Tropical; high salinity|Primary Vegetation: Seagrasses|Location: Inlet of the Indian Ocean, north of Perth, Western Australia
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