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Fire Pits

…the ocean-borne rubbish that lands on the islands they are permitted to visit. We ask, however, that you do not burn any man-made materials (in line with BIOT’s fire regulations): given that the vast majority of ocean-borne rubbish is plastics, the burning of this rubbish would leave plastic particles which would make their way back into the ocean. If you would still like to help, we ask that you take the rubbish you collect with you when you…

Catlin Seaview Survey and Google Street View

…ern-most island in the Perhos Banhos Atoll and named after Captain Robert Moresby, who was the first to charter survey the Chagos Archipelago on behalf of the British Admiralty in 1838. His observation on the atoll’s structure were used by Charles Darwin in his 1842 book “The structure and distribution of coral reefs.”…

Design a Stamp Competition for Children

…ef environments have the highest biodiversity (variety of plants and animals) of any marine habitat and they can be described as one of the most beautiful marine ecosystems. They are also important for their wave-resistant structure and the shelter they provide to coastal areas. Many communities across the world depend on coral reefs for their livelihood. Although they take up just 1% of the marine environment, they support over 25% of fish…

BIOT WWI Centenary Stamp Issue 11.11.18

…oats were still necessary for moving men and materiel. The war at sea is often forgotten in the perception that the war was all fought in the trenches. But ships enabled men and goods to move between continents, making it a truly global war. The naval blockade prevented vital foodstuffs from reaching Germany and unrestricted German submarine warfare threatened the Allies. Due to the lack of radio communication links with Britain, it took months…

Stamp Design Competition Winners

…ended A special commendation goes to the following entries: 4 – 6 age group Emilia Saville, age 6, from Greater London Samuel Townsley, age 5, from West Sussex 7 – 9 age group Lunella Spalding, age 9, from Italy Mya Noi, age 9, from Greater Manchester Ruby Rowlands, age 7, from Greater Manchester 10 – 13 age group Iwan Phillips, age 10, from Pembrokeshire Quinn Quinn Lau Jun, age 11, from Brunei Darussalam 14 – 17 age group Maisie Alger, age 16,…

Privacy and cookies

…gly committed to protecting the privacy of users of this website, and do all that we can to protect information about participants. Data protection The British Indian Ocean Territory Administration carries out the day-to-day running of the British Indian Ocean Territory. In doing so we process personal data including passport and insurance information. We will ensure that we will treat all relevant personal information in accordance with UK data…

Butterflyfishes of BIOT Stamp Issue 8.12.20

…threatened by climate change associated coral mortality. They are also under pressure from harvesting for the aquarium trade. Butterflyfishes have been known to reside in the BIOT for many years. They have thin teeth and protruding mouths which enable them to prey on small organisms that are difficult for most other type of fishes to access. India n Butterflyfish Indian Butterfly fishes are usually located between 22-80 metres below surface….