Seahorses and the Onion World

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This video, from Cambridge University, features Dr Amanda Vincent - one of the world's leading experts on seahorses and their relatives – as she spends a year at Cambridge University’s Department of Geography on a sabbatical from the University of British Columbia. Dr Vincent explains the scope of her research and how it is important to balance the needs of local human populations and governments when trying to conserve threatened habitats.

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