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Almyra supports MOm through 1% For The Planet!

We are happy to announce that Almyra, is supporting MOm/Hellenic Society for the Study and Protection of the Monk Seal for a second year, through…

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Andriana, the monk seal, released into the wild!

Andriana is back home! On the 27th of April, in the afternoon, MOm/Hellenic Society for the Study and Protection of the Monk Seal released Andriana…

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The secret life of a Monachus monachus seal!

On the following link you may see a short footage of the secret life of a female mother Monachus monachus with her pup! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QmT_yZoj2A MOm/Hellenic…

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How did the monk seal get its name?

An overview, from past to present. The Mediterranean monk seal was well known to the people of the Mediterranean Basin, since ancient times. Ancient Greeks…

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Greetings from MOm!

Posted in Nonprofit Partners | by , Wednesday, February 19th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , ,

Hello everybody! We are very excited to finally be part of the 1 % for the Planet family! MOm/Hellenic Society for the Study and Protection…

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Gyaros island: A land of exile

Gyaros, is an arid and unpopulated Greek island in the northern Cyclades, which throughout the centuries has served as a land of exile, up until very…

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Mediterranean monk seal found in critical condition: Call for financial support!

Posted in High Impact Partnerships, News, Nonprofit Partners | by , Sunday, November 16th, 2014, Tags: , , , , , , ,

The newborn female Mediterranean monk seal pup was found stranded yesterday at Velanio beach in Skopelos, island of Northern Sporades, Greece (more photos here). MOm/Hellenic…

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Do dolphins have “fingerprints”?

For over three decades photo-identification is being used for the study of population size and trends of small cetacean species. Photo-identification is a method used…

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Participate in a research project on dolphin populations in Greece; help us sustain this effort

Dolphins have played an important role in Greek culture since ancient times: they have been celebrated in works of art, linked with the gods, and…