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Cheryl "Sandy" King:

Cheryl King Cheryl graduated with a Bachelor's of Science in biology/psychology (focusing on marine mammal behavior) from Southampton College of Long Island University (NY) and has a Master's of Science in marine biology from Nova Southeastern University Oceanographic Center (FL).

Although Cheryl is interested in everything ocean-related, she specializes in Hawaiian endangered species research, rescue and management and has a deep passion for ocean conservation, especially the impacts of marine debris. She founded to help spread the message about plastic pollution's impacts on marine animals and in turn, us. She is the Vice President of Hawai'i Wildlife Fund and has been the Research Coordinator for HWF's Hawksbill Sea Turtle Recovery Project since 2000.

Come join her for a wildly educational adventure that improves the planet!

Please look us up if you're in Hawai'i:

YouTube Channel: SandyCMaui

Wherever you are on our planet, just dive in and get involved with making our world a better place because you can make a difference!

Mahalo nui loa!


SHARKASTICS are what I've termed plastics that have obvious bite marks (jagged serrations and/or punctures).

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