Mermaids Break Records
World Ocean Day 2021
Mermaids drew 35,000 viewers on World Ocean Day. In conjunction with the CILC (Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration), mermaids achieved levels not seen before on the platform. Sessions were overcapacity in 4 out of 5 programs. Viewers joined from over 12 countries. Our one-day total was 10% last year's 12 month total.
With five programs, professional educators in a mermaid tail, and the support of aquariums, zoos, and rescues, mermaids went live with experts from around the world. Learning about stingrays, coral reefs, sea turtles, American eels, and Little Penguins, children and adults alike were engaged and excited while learning about biodiversity, habitats, life cycles, ecosystems, and challenges faced therein. Each program concluded with how we can all help to reduce human impacts to their fragile environments.
Following on this success, Fins Magazine is now an ongoing provider on the CILC platform. See our current programs at the CILC here.
Fins has launched an educational program in an ongoing relationship with CILC (Center for Interactive Collaboration). Our first event reached 35,000 educators and children. With mermaid reporters in this new educational program, children and adults can be engaged with the magic of mermaids while learning on different topics supporting the importance of conservation and awareness.
Bringing content even adults will enjoy learning, our team of professionals are collaborating and sharing their passion for education, conservation, and awareness. From the Hawaiian coast to Europe and even New Zealand, we here at Fins Magazine look forward to seeing where the magic and positivity of mermaids will go.
World Ocean Day:
Sea of Voices Fins Magazine with CILC.org
NATIONAL AQUARIUM OF NEW ZEALAND
RIPLEY'S AQUARIUM OF CANADA
OCEAN MERMAID PAIGE
SEA TURTLE, INC
GUARDIAN OF THE SPRINGS-MICHELLE COLSON MERMAID CORALIA PEARL