Nekton left on a profound plunging science mission into the watery universe of the Indian Ocean. 450 meters beneath with submarine teams and submerged robots off the island country of the Seychelles,
The excursion uncovered assorted networks and “handfuls” of species — including fish, coral and different creatures.
Paris Stefanoudis, the Deputy Science Lead at Nekton Foundation, shares some understanding into the discoveries, “I figure it wasn’t startling, we were hoping to see a ton of new animal groups in light of the fact that a ton of these regions haven’t been investigated previously.
The government of Seychelles has vowed to protect it’s water so as not to prevent the extinction of species, in a statement released by the president. This is a welcome development for the citizens of Seychelles.