9 hours 5 minutes ago
We removed all the abandoned fishing net on a permanent anchor rope! Permanent Anchor Buoys are important for boats to hang on and not throw their anchors into a reef where they destroy Corals! They need to be maintained which is one of our Projects we do here in the National Park.
1 day 11 hours ago
Corals are an important part of our Reefs! Unfortunately due to many impacts like trawler fishing, anchor dropping, people standing on them, high water temperatures and untreated waste water, Corals suffer. We have partnered up with Projects Abroad, Ocean Quest, Sea Shepherd Dive and the Hat Noppharat Mu Koh Phi Phi National Park to counter these Problems by collecting broken off Coral Fragments and propagate them again. If you'd like to see the whole procedure you can watch our educational YouTube Video on this Link www.youtube.com/watch?v=OBO2tWs2Xnk&t=6s
4 days 9 hours ago
5 days 15 hours ago
Just in case you are bored and don't know what to watch anymore here are some of our marine conservation projects + trailers and YouTube documentaries which you definitely should not miss.
1 week 1 day ago
A few days ago we had a really beautiful dive with a swimming Zebra shark (Stegostoma fasciatum). Here is another small part of it!
1 week 5 days ago
Yesterday one of our groups found an abandoned fishing net. And a juvenile Bamboo shark was entangled into it. Thank you very much Manuel Aline and Andi for rescuing this beautiful shark and many other fish which have been entangled!
Please don't abandoned your fishing nets. Don't litter the oceans. And follow proper fishing laws. Especially since this is a marine national park! Thank you! Video source Aline.
#marinelife #ouroceans #scubadiving
2 weeks 4 days ago
3 weeks 1 day ago
Portrait of a Lizard Fish
3 weeks 5 days ago
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