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Project Seahorse advances marine conservation by undertaking biological and social research, then applying its findings to the management of populations, habitats, fisheries, and trades. Professor Amanda Vincent and the rest of the team are active around the world, using seahorses as flagship species for a broad range of marine conservation issues.

In 2013 Project Seahorse launched iSeahorse, a citizen science website and smartphone app that allows anyone, anywhere in the world to contribute to seahorse science and conservation.

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