SharkLab Isle of Wight
SharkLab is a unique Marine Citizen Science project. We record and collate information about the amazing, rare and protected marine species we have on the Isle of Wight biosphere, and in our marine conservation zone.
We focus primarily on marine conservation of 9 Globally Threatened and Endangered Shark Ray Skate species, who live, breed, lay their eggs and hatch their pups around the Isle of Wight.
We aim to spread awareness of the challenging issues our oceans are facing, working directly with members of the public, schools, community groups and businesses.
Contributions, collaboration and ideas exchange from other groups are welcome.
For more information and current SharkLab LiVE! EVENTS please visit SharkLab LiVE! webpages, by clicking below:
The SharkLab crew focuses primarily on education. We aim to spread awareness of the situations our oceans are facing, working with schools, community groups and businesses.
SharkLab LiVE! is on Facebook
Upload your fascinating marine finds, images and videos on the SharkLab Group page for all to see.
SharkLab will help you identify your finds, and add your Mermaids Purses (Shark Eggcases) to Blue Seas Protection and The Sharks Trust Marine Citizen Science 'Live' Databases.
All our SharkLab LiVE! and DiVE LiVE! events can also be found on our Facebook Group page!