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Cetaceans [si-tey-shuns] – belonging to the order ‘Cetacea’, which includes whales and dolphins
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‘The good thing about Science is it is true whether you believe it or not.’
Neil de Grasse Tyson

‘The good thing about Science is that its true whether you believe it or not.’
Neil de Grasse Tyson

‘The good thing about Science is that it’s true whether you believe it or not.’
Neil de Grasse Tyson

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We cannot protect what we do not understand.

We cannot protect what we do not understand.

We cannot protect what we do not understand.

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Science helps us understand.

Science helps us understand.

Science helps us understand.

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Cetacean SistersTM

A unique opportunity that educates, engages, and inspires female Secondary students in Science and STEM through cetacean science.

#FinIDatSea

A citizen science collaboration using ecotourism vessels to build our understanding of local cetacean communities.

 

Science Sessions

STEM-based problem-solving sessions, Science inquiry skills, and Science skills sessions for Primary and Secondary students, community groups, and citizen scientists.

#the_caffeinated_biologist

Good science, good people, good puppies, good coffee……all the important things in a cetacean scientist’s life!

 

 

Common dolphins
Image taken under a DEECA research permit

 Cetacean Science Connections

Cetacean Science Connections (pronounced sea tey shuhn) is a social enterprise with the goal of connecting people and communities to their local cetaceans – whales and dolphins – and their environment through science.

 

Cetacean SistersTM

Cetacean Sisters™, a science engagement and education program that inspires female Secondary students providing them with an opportunity to experience cetacean research through a series science workshops.

 

Common dolphin
Image taken under a DEECA research permit
Images on this website were taken either under a research permit or from a tour boat under permit that enabled us to get closer than the regulated distances. If you are lucky enough to encounter any cetacean while you are on the water, please abide by your local marine mammal minimum aproach distances. Abiding by these distances decreases the risk of injury and reduces your impact on the cetaceans you are observing.