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Written by on June 9, 2022

What is the Coral Triangle Day?

The Coral Triangle Day (held every June 9) is a massive celebration of the Coral Triangle, the world’s epicentre of marine biodiversity, which encompasses the seas of 6 countries in the Asia-Pacific region: Indonesia, Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Solomon Islands, and Timor Leste.What is the 'Coral Triangle'? | Papua Paradise
This celebration is not exclusive to these six nations though and includes other countries that benefit from the Coral Triangle’s rich marine resources.

The event is celebrated in several locations around the Coral Triangle region through numerous activities including but not limited to: beach clean-ups; sustainable seafood dinners and exhibitions; bazaars; and beach parties, among others—all carrying the message of ocean conservation under the overall banner of “shared waters, shared solutions”.

The Coral Triangle - WWF-Australia
The Coral Triangle Day is an annual, open-sourced event that brings together individuals, organizations, and establishments on one special day of the year to shed light on ocean conservation and the numerous ways to protect and conserve the Coral Triangle.

The Coral Triangle

The Coral Triangle, the world’s epicentre of marine diversity, is one of the 3 mega ecological complexes on our planet, together with the Congo Basin and the Amazon Rainforest.

The Coral Triangle: The Centre of Marine Biodiversity — The Marine Diaries
It is a vast ocean expanse that geographically spreads across 6 countries in Asia and the Pacific: Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, and Timor Leste (the “CT6” countries).

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