Video of the Week: Raja Ampat Underwater

Tania Curry January 24, 2014 3

The Raja Ampat Archipelago has the world’s greatest concentration of marine life – making it a fantastic snorkeling site.

Raja Ampat is also an area where WWF is conducting conservation research and where it runs an annual snorkeling expedition for interested travelers.

Check out this underwater footage from a WWF monitoring expedition to Raja Ampat, Indonesia in the Coral Triangle. You’ll see researchers placing transects for coral monitoring as colorful fish swim by and a dizzying array of corals and other marine life covering the ocean floor.

See how WWF is protecting the Coral Triangle and then check out our Raja Ampat Snorkeling Adventure.

3 Comments »

  1. Christine Troples February 5, 2014 at 2:44 pm - Reply

    I would like to become an automatic monthly downer to you great work. It won’t be very large. However, ever penny adds up.
    Please send me to the right site.
    Thank you,
    Christine

    • Tania Segura February 10, 2014 at 8:46 am - Reply

      Hi, Christine

      Thanks for your comment. WWF is grateful for donations of any size.

      To reach our direct donation pages, visit these links:
      WWF monthly donation page
      WWF one-time donation

      I hope this helps, if you have any questions at all please don’t hesitate to contact us directly, 1-800-CALL-WWF or at the emails below.

      There are other ways you can give to WWF, our main website with all the information can be found here: worldwildlife.org/how-to-help. Scroll down to the section that says “Make a Gift,” and you’ll find all the ways you can give.

      Best,
      Tania
      travel@wwfus.org
      membership@wwfus.org

  2. Rebecca Rens February 5, 2014 at 11:38 am - Reply

    Save the coral reefs!

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