Clown fish and anemone

© Sergiu Bacioiu

Raise awareness of ocean preservation by creatively portraying one or more coral reef relationships! This international art competition was created to get students and teachers engaged and interested in ocean conservation, and is open to all students ages 11-19.

Submissions due Monday, April 27, 2015

Living Ocean Foundation's annual competition focuses on promoting the need to preserve, protect, and restore oceans and aquatic resources.

The theme for this year's challenge is "Reef Relationships," highlighting the many types of relationships that take place among the 25% of all marine species that are harbored by coral reef ecosystems. One example of a "reef relationship" is symbiosis, of which there are three types: mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism.

The artwork submitted to this year's competition should creatively portray one or more of the types of relationships found in the coral reef. The 

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