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Alexandra Richard of Radio Télévision Suisse takes us to the waters of Lake Geneva in the company of archaeologists from the Geneva cantonal service and divers from the Octopus Foundation who explore the remains of prehistoric habitation: the pile dwellings. This mission aims to study these UNESCO World Heritage sites. Click here to listen to…

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“Underwater archaeologists dive on prehistoric sites”, is the title of the article published on the 24th of March, 2022, in the Swiss daily newspaper Tribune de Genève. Accompanied by photos above and under water, the article describes the activities of the Octopus Foundation team in support of Geneva’s Archaeology Service. The French version can be…

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On the 19th of February 2022, the European TV channel ARTE programed the documentary “The odyssey of the Monk Seal”. This film was shot over four years by Thomas Delorme and the Octopus Foundation, and can be seen here with English subtitles: To deeper explore the project aimed at better understanding the Mediterranean Monk Seal,…

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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.