Dugong and Seagrass Videos
We’ve collated a selection of videos about our work. If any of the videos relate to a specific project, we’ve provided a link to that project directly above the video.
Another dugong song. - June 2018
A dugong song we ran across. Children call her a dugong; she calls herself a mermaid. Clever!
Encounters with Dugongs in Vanuatu - June 2018
Several encounters with dugongs by divers in Vanuatu. Provided by Vanuatu Environmental Science Society (VESS).
Dugong and Seagrass Conservation on a local level in Vanuatu - June 2018
Resident of Vanuatu, Joseph Soksok, speaking about how dugong and seagrass conservation works in their coastal village. Interview conducted by Vanuatu Environmental Science Society (VESS).
Watch Beautiful Project Film from Indonesia - June 2018
Our partners in Indonesia have created a master piece project film - beautiful cinematography, excellent narration, great story. Enjoy.
A video showcasing the MIHARI network in Madagascar (MG2) - February 2018
MIHARI is the Madagascar’s national LMMA network, established in June 2012, bringing together local management associations and their supporting NGOs to share experiences. 2017 was a fantastic year of impact. Here is the 2017 film review and the perspectives for 2018.
Fish cam! Partners in Mozambique deploy baited Go-Pro cameras in seagrass meadow - December 2017
Dugong and Seagrass Conservation Project - June 2017
A video about the Dugong and Seagrass Conservation Project
The fish in the seagrass swim round and round, round and round. Fish in the seagrass swim…. - May 2017
Our friends at Project Seagrass just posted our favorite seagrass You Tube video to date.
Watch and listen as 'the fish in the seagrass swim round and round, round and round' and the 'pollution in the water get filtered out, filtered out' A children's classic repurposed for conservation.
The animations are beautiful and the music is wonderful. A great effort!
Exercising caution when viewing this video, as you just may not be able to get it out of your head.
Project partner films 4 dugongs with drone as they swim through Indonesian waters - November 2016
Indonesian fisherman agrees to release a captive dugong after efforts of our Indonesian partners - November 2016
On 22 September 2016 a male dugong was released into waters in Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. The dugong was found alive and entangled in a gillnet owned by a local fisherman. The dugong was held in captivity for a week prior to its release. While our project partners, DSCP-Indonesia, were able to convince the fisherman that dugongs are rare and fully protected in Indonesia, he consented to release the dugong. A medical examination and morphological data collection were conducted by DSCP-Indonesia Team, then dugong was released together by Tolitoli Fisheries Agency, BPSPL of Makasar, BKSDA of Central Sulawesi, Head of Dampal Utara Subdistrict, Head of Bampapula Village, DSCP-Indonesia Team and local community.