Prepare for a splash kids, because we're about to embark on an ocean voyage to save two of our favourite sea species - turtles and seahorses - from extinction!
Sadly, these cute creatures are endangered, but with a little help from our friends at the Marine Conservation Society, we're going to show you exactly what you can do to help save these incredible creatures.
Turtles have been swimming in our oceans for at least 110 million years! But sadly, human activities threaten turtle populations all over the world. All seven species are included on the International Union for the Conservation of Nature's (IUCN) Red List of Endangered Species.
If we don't act now to change the way we treat marine turtles and their habitat we may lose some populations forever.
Through Adopt-a-Turtle you can help us support research and conservation projects around the world working hard for a better future for our marine turtles.
They may look like tiny horses, but seahorses are actually fish! Two seahorse species are found around the British coastline - the Spiny Seahorse and the Short Snouted Seahorse - and there are more than 40 species worldwide. They're the only species on earth in which the male falls pregnant and carries the babies. Seahorses live in shallow weedy areas, especially eel grass beds. In winter they move into deeper waters to escape the rough weather. Sadly, seahorses are another marine species that faces threats of extinction.
Through Adopt-a-Seahorse, which supports research and conservation projects around the world working hard for a better future for seahorses