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Breathe for the Ocean with family on Sunday

Breathe for the Ocean with family on Sunday

By Staff Writer - October 20, 2017

Facebook: TAF The Animal Fund
Facebook: TAF The Animal Fund

This Sunday at Larvotto Beach, from 2:30 to 4:30 pm, The Animal Fund (TAF) is hosting a free talk about Plastic Pollution and its effect on the ocean and marine life.

The “Breathe for the Ocean” event, held next to the scuba club, will include the participation of Dr Aleksandra Hristova with an inspiring and informative talk about turtles.

Additionally, Beverley Holt, Wellness Coach and founder of the Holistic Info Directory, will speak about the whale, which symbolises creativity, wellbeing, and emotional depth.

The fun and family-friendly afternoon aims to raise awareness about the importance of a healthy, pollution-free ocean and how we can protect and care for its mammals.

In recent months, the Monaco-registered TAF has held a series of activities, together with local associations such as the Centre de Sauvetage Aquatique de Monaco and the École Bleue, to promote its Plastic Pollution Campaign.

Article first published October 20, 2017.


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