Known as the ‘King of the Sea’, sharks underwent 300 years of evolution; they represented the balance of harmonious coexistence. The Shark Room showcased an exhibition of thorough biology and ecosystem of numerous species of sharks as well as marine animal nursing facilities for injured marine animals such as baby sharks which were caught in the fishing net. They were saved by the MDC, which bought them from fishermen and cured these babies at MDC before they were strong enough to return to their natural habitat.
Species of clownfish found in Thailand were featured in an exhibition to disseminate knowledge on clownfish, poisonous marine animals, coral biology, coral conservation and restoration methodology of marine scientists. Also available were various interactive games for children and visitors and clownfish breeding lab. MDC regularly arranged for coral restoration and planting activity as well as an activity to return clownfish to the nature.
The outer space situated an exhibition of information and knowledge on proper behavior for marine tourism activities and ecosystems. Interesting diving spots were also introduced together with communication about ecotourism as well as previously and currently available conservation and restoration activities.
The Coral Zone was and exhibition area disseminating knowledge on abundance of the coral ecosystem around Emboodhoo Lagoon where the resort was located. Information included coral biology, biodiversity of lives in the coral ecosystem, and conservation and restoration methodology of marine scientists.
The Coral Planting Zone was set in a form of laboratory for coral planting by propagation method, which was chosen due to its eco-friendly qualification. The initiative was supported by the Ocean Quest Global Organization to restore coral in the area. MDC also organized the coral planting and restoration activity on an annual basis.
The underwater sculpture diving zone, where the beautiful and long-lasting hawksbill turtle & tuna sculptures were located, was suitable for snorkeling and SCUBA diving students and divers who would like to practice before the actual diving session in natural setting in order to minimize the coral destruction. Moreover, tourists could join the coral propagation activity in the area surrounding the sculpture.
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