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Did you know that a Parrot Fish can produce as much as 7 tons of sand in its life time? Learn more about our collaborative work to secure Caribbean fish sanctuaries by watching the Caribsave video below.
** Caribsave is a Not-For-Profit regional organization with its headquarters in Barbados. Caribsave was formed in 2008 as a partnership initiative between the Caribbean Community Climate Change Centre (CCCCC) and the University of Oxford.
The first edition of the Caribbean Fish Sanctuary Partnership (C-FISH) newsletter is now available. The February 2013 issue is titled “Strengthening community-based fish sanctuaries”. C-FISH is aimed at strengthening the management of fish sanctuaries, also known as marine reserves or ‘no-take’ zones.