ORIKUM’S MYSTERIES

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  • Gallery The ruins of Jazira Al Hamra © Philippe Henry / OCEAN71 Magazine

    Red Island’s mysterious village

    Culture, Economy1 chapter

    The United Arab Emirates is well known for its passion for extravagant skyscrapers and constructions, its exuberance and its financial power thanks to oil and gas. The emirs even try to conceal their relatively poor nomadic tribes’ history. Along the coast, we managed to find one of the last old villages of fishermen, abandoned. It is said to be haunted…

  • The Antarctic krill new predators

    Ecology, Economy5 chapters

    The Antarctic krill is the largest biomass on earth. For most of the animals living on the white continent, krill is a key prey item. But for the past five years, new hunters have appeared. A dozen of factory fishing vessels travel to the far side of the planet to quietly capture what could become one day a gold mine.

  • Jellyfish, friend or foe?

    Ecology3 chapters

    Are we being invaded by swarms of stinging jellyfish? All around the world, worrying stories are circulating. While some specialists try to answer this difficult question, other scientists make incredible medical discoveries. Along this investigation, OCEAN71 Magazine realized they are much more than just stinging gelatinous creatures. Their unique abilities offer many opportunities for all of mankind.