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The French daily newspaper, Midi Libre, published a article and video on the Foundation’s recent work for seahorses. It can be seen here: https://www.midilibre.fr/2021/03/24/frontignan-un-bout-detang-modelise-en-3d-pour-mieux-observer-les-hippocampes-9446929.php


Entitled “Freedivers or divers, what impact do we have on wildlife?“, The article about the monk seals and the work of the Octopus Foundation appeared in the 31st issue of French Magazine Plongez!. Extract: Their explanation of our monitoring system: All our thanks go to Plongez! Magazine for this excellent article.



Discover here the long format produced by Canal Alpha which focuses on the three campaigns of archaeological excavations in Lake Neuchâtel: https://www.canalalpha.ch/play/le-journal/topic/20222/quand-le-lac-de-neuchatel-nous-livre-quelques-secrets Extract: “ Registration of pile-dwelling sites at Unesco oblige, the heritage and archeology office of the canton of Neuchâtel regularly checks its lake bays. It is thus, and by chance, that three wrecks…

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Following the conclusion of our triple project “Vulnerable wrecks of Lake Neuchâtel“, ATS journalists published a subject in three wide-ranging Swiss-French media: 20 minutes : https://www.20min.ch/fr/story/des-epaves-du-fond-du-lac-revelent-leurs-secrets-838262806738 Lematin.ch : https://www.lematin.ch/story/lac-de-neuchatel-trois-epaves-sauvegardees-720124604160 La tribune de Genève : https://www.tdg.ch/lac-de-neuchatel-trois-epaves-sauvegardees-720124604160 Extract: “We were amazed to discover that ships have changed very little from Roman times until the 18th century. The…

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In October 2020, the RTS honored us with triple coverage (TV news broadcast, radio and website) for our triple project of vulnerable shipwrecks of Lake Neuchâtel. The article (text, audio and video) can be found here: https://www.rts.ch/info/regions/neuchatel/11648045-trois-epaves-du-2e-au-18e-siecle-decouvertes-dans-le-lac-de-neuchatel.html Extract: “ Thanks to an underwater archeology operation, three wrecks from different times were discovered off La Tène,…

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