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US NAVY SHIP GROUNDS ON UNESCO PROTECTED REEF

A US Navy minesweeper grounds on one of the Coral Triangle's most fertile and well protected reef systems. The extent of the damage is still unclear.

Of Whale Sharks, Mangroves & Fireflies

Donsol in the Philippines is famed for its whale sharks. So what do mangroves and fireflies have to do with them? WWF's Gregg Yan explains

Catching Tuna

The noble fishers in the Coral Triangle are true stewards of the sea whose lives depend on its natural abundance.

The Mighty Tuna

Tuna are amongst the most impressive deep ocean wanderers - enormous in size, yet incredibly fast and agile, there's far more to them than many realize

Protecting the Nursery of the Seas

You've done it a thousand times--cracked open a tuna can or tucked into a tuna sandwich. But behind this simple act lies the fate of one of the most amazing, valuable and least understood oceanic fishes.

APO REVEALS ITS TREASURES...

Gregg Yan takes us on an underwater treasure hunt, fraught with sharks, pirates and poachers. Yes there is strife...but also, solutions.

CAGED IN TAY TAY

In Tay Tay, the lucrative Live Reef Fish for Food Trade is an important livelihood for local people. But is it sustainable? Photographer Jun V. Lao pays a visit...

SEABIRD SANCTUARY

Tubbataha is the last great rookery for seabirds in the Philippines. It's spectacular, but just be careful when you look up, says Gregg Yan

A HIDDEN SHALLOW WATER KALEIDOSCOPE

The Kabui Passage in Raja Ampat is rich in history and even richer in marine life and like much of the archipelago, you don't need scuba gear to experience it
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Coleen Jose

Coleen Jose

Coleen Jose is a journalist with a special interest in South East Asia
Freya Paterson

Freya Paterson

Senior Communications Specialist with the Coral Triangle Support Partnership