The Coral Triangle is known for its richness of marine life and with its close proximity, the Anambas Islands are also endowed with exceptional marine biodiversity.
To date 240 species of reef fish have been recorded from its south-eastern reefs but there is a paucity of information on other reef organisms such as the hard corals. Our Marine Conservation team has so far built 16 coral nurseries, growing a total of 500 coral fragments, submerged 48 hexadomes and 140 coral spiders in Kiabu and Bawah Island.
Our annual Reef Health Monitoring is held in close coordination with the marine park authority. The output consists of important data like coral cover percentage, coral resilience, coral fish population, coral fish diversity, biomass, and megabenthos.