Despite being the largest fish in the sea, questions about the whale shark’s biology and distribution remain unanswered.
The migratory nature of the threatened whale shark may result in their moving from a protected area to a hunting zone.
Our work with community education was recognised in 2009 when awarded the Premier’s Science Award.
THIS RESEARCH AND PUBLIC AWARENESS INITIATIVE IS VITAL TO THE CONSERVATION OF THE WHALE SHARK AND THE PROTECTION OF THE WIDER MARINE ENVIRONMENT
AS GO THE SEAS AND THE LIFE THEY CONTAIN, SO WILL WE QUITE LIKELY GO
THE TIME IS NOW FOR US TO ALL FOCUS ON THE PLIGHT OF OUR OCEANS. THERE ARE FEW BETTER FLAGSHIPS FOR THAT PROTECTION THAN THE BIGGEST FISH IN THE SEA – THE WHALE SHARK
IN OUR QUEST TO SAVE THE OCEAN, LET’S BEGIN BY PRESERVING THE WORLD’S BIGGEST FISH
SACRIFICE BAD HUMANS, SAVE BEAUTIFUL CREATURES
THE OCEAN IS THE BIGGEST PART OF OUR EARTH, IF WE CAN’T HELP THEM THEN WHO KNOWS WHAT WILL HAPPEN?
WE ARE IN TROUBLE AS NEVER AGAIN, WE HAVE A CHANCE TO DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT.
IT’S ALL ABOUT LOVING LIFE.