The low spring tides over Easter attracted a group of marine biologists to the island to study the Gouliot Caves, part of Sark’s first Ramsar designated Wetland of International Importance. The all-girl team included scientists from Swansea University, the Marine Biological Association and Cornwall Wildlife Trust. They were part of a larger group of biologists from the Porcupine Marine Natural History Society who were doing seashore survey work in Guernsey. The biologists were all amazed by the marine life they saw in the caves and very impressed by the sheer variety of creatures they encountered. Small samples of unknown species were taken back to Guernsey for microscope analysis by experts from the National Museum of Wales and the group will be presenting La Société Sercquaise with a report of their findings later this spring.