Come face-to-face with some of the most mysterious and stunning creatures of the sea
. Float over breathtaking coral
landscapes. And learn how climate change threatens
the destruction of these wonders.
Wait a minute—what’s the Coral Triangle?
Picture a vast expanse of tropical ocean, islands, nations and peoples in the Indo-Pacific region, united by a joint natural heritage: 75% of all known coral species, 6 of the 7 marine turtle species, and more than 3,000 species of fish.
That’s the Coral Triangle, one of WWF’s highest priorities for conservation. Want more? Check out the Coral Triangle websection
WWF on location Under the Sea
With extensive knowledge of the Coral Triangle’s secret hideaways, WWF and other individuals helped director Howard Hall find the best shooting locations to film Under the Sea
WWF also provided input on the film’s sequence and content, especially with regards to the acidification of oceans through climate change.