Stats + Facts | The Coral Triangle and its significance for conservation


Six of the seven of the world’s species of turtles are found in Indonesia. Indonesia provides important nesting, migration routes and foraging grounds for many species.  ~ WWF 

The Coral Triangle – the nursery of the seas – is the most diverse marine region on the planet, covering some 6 million km2 of ocean across 6 countries in the Asia-Pacific region. This ecological wonder is home to 76% of the world’s reef-building coral species and 6 out of the 7 known species of marine turtles. ~ WWF

Inspiration: WWF (World Wildlife Fund)

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