An unconventional Seaweek celebration

Department of Conservation —  06/03/2013

By Claudia Babirat, Community Relations Officer

Jiggidy jiddigy! To celebrate Seaweek – and the nationwide launch of the fabulous Marine Meter Squared programme – the DOC team in Coastal Otago decided to get hip and do their own version of the Harlem Shake!

DOC Coastal Otago team do the Harlem Shake.

The Harlem Shake – Seaweek style!

To those who don’t know, the Harlem Shake is a phenomenon that has swept the world-wide web! So, in our lunch hour, a group of us rocked our stuff dressed in our most fabulous Seaweek costumes. We challenge everyone out there to have as much sea related fun as we did this week!

Happy Seaweek folks!

2 responses to An unconventional Seaweek celebration

    Richard Gillies 07/03/2013 at 1:16 pm

    Good to see all relevant SOPs being followed there! Bring on Seaweek – we don’t look under the surface anywhere near as much as we should.


    Haha I love it! A great, fun way to celebrate Seaweek. It is an important week to think about how humans rely so much on our seas and oceans and how we need to look after it.