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.
Watch: Dugong and Seagrass Conservation of Timor-Leste - April 2019
Our project partners in Timor-Leste produced a gorgeous video of the area, its wildlife and its people. Enjoy a mini-desk vacation to the beautiful country of Timor-Leste.
The dugong’s tears: Madagascar’s gentle giants bounce back - December 2018
Our friends at UN Environment shot a film about the villagers in Madagascar who are working to ensure the dugongs of Nosey Hara in the country's northwest will continue to swim in these beautiful waters. Enjoy...
What to do when you encounter a dead and stranded dugong in Indonesia - October 2018
Our project partners in Indonesia (ID2) created an animated video instructing people what to do when encountering a dead dugong that has washed ashore.
What to do when you encounter a living, but stranded, dugong in Indonesia - October 2018
Our project partners in Indonesia (ID2) created an animation that instructs people on what to do when encountering a stranded, but living, dugong.
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.