Exploring nature and science around the world

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Cousteau Society founder Captain Jacques-Yves Cousteau believed that the future rests in the hands of young people. By capturing children’s interest in the undersea world at an early age, we inspire them to continue learning about it — and about how to care for our precious Water Planet — throughout their lives.

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For thirty years The Cousteau Society has published the award-winning magazine Cousteau Kids for children up to 12 years of age. Cousteau Kids introduces young readers to life in and around the sea by featuring fascinating marine creatures as well as exciting Cousteau work! In every issue, kids can explore nature and science around the world.

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Curated articles

Do sharks lay eggs or give birth ?

Only a few sharks, like cat sharks, lay eggs. But look out! A whole bunch of sharks give birth to live baby sharks, called pups. Mako sharks, bull sharks,...

Parrotfish: Magicians of the Reef

Picture it :Nighttime on the reef. A queen parrotfish sleeps Inside a crack in the coral. A Strange ,clear , gooey blod surrounds its motionless body . Out of the...

Why don’t fish have eyelids ?

Most fishes don’t have eyelids , and that’s because they really don’t need them . Eyelids help moisten eyes , so they don’t dry out . Eyelids also protect...

White out : Why corals lose their color

Corals have a very special relationship with yellow-brown algae called zooxanthellae (zoh-uh-zan-THEL-lee). The algae live inside the corals and get protection .Zooxanthellae provide the corals with food and nutrients....

Blobfish

Some people call the blobfish (Psychrolutes marcidus) the ugliest fish in the ocean . It has a really big nose and a frowny face . Plus , its entire...

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