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Deep-Sea Discovery

A colourful and fascinating secret world awaiting us beneath the surface of the sea. With our Deep-Sea Discovery prints, we are taking a deep breath as we let the wonders of the coral reef amaze us and remind us of the importance of this beautiful yet delicate ecosystem. We are taking a deep dive into the home of more than 25% of all marine life.

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Turtle Tide

One of the most magnificent ocean creatures that are as old as time itself. Sea turtles play an incredibly important role in the marine ecosystem and help our oceans and all its inhabitants to keep a healthy balance. Sadly, 6 out of 7 sea turtle species are threatened of extinction, with humans being 99% responsible for this tragedy.

Dashing Dolphin

Joyful, intelligent and socially skilled - these aquatic mammals are truly enthralling. As a top-level predator, dolphins are integral to a balanced ecosystem. However, over the past decade, an alarming proportion of dolphin species have been classified as ‘endangered’ due to climate change and human activity.

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Savvy Seahorse

These easily recognisable and uniquely shaped fish are emblematic species for marine conservation. Most unusual, they are the only species in the entire animal kingdom where males carry the unborn young.

Clown Fish Glory

Clown Fish are one of the most well-known inhabitants of the coral reef. In order to survive, these colourful little fish have a mutually assistive symbiotic relationship with anemone.


Oceanic Octopus

With nine brains, eight tentacles, three hearts, and the ability to camouflage themselves, octopuses are captivating creatures. However, climate change is posing a questionable threat to this species.


Shark Remark

Even though they are feared by many, sharks play an integral role in keeping a balance in the underwater ecosystem. However, even as one of the most well-known apex predators, they are threatened with extinction, primarily due to overfishing.

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