Explore Sea Stories to learn fun facts and more about your favorite sea animals. From sharks and turtles to ecosystems and corals, you're in the right place to dive deep and discover underwater life.
4 of the 5 species of Sawfish in the world (also known as carpenter sharks) can be found in Indonesia.
Unfortunately, the exploitation and use of environmentally unfriendly fishing gear has made this ray an endangered species.
Global warming triggers the bleaching of 75 percent of the earth's coral reefs. In addition, the increasing temperature of the earth causes many marine animals, including coral reefs, to die.
Spiders can hide under water for 30 minutes
A large tropical spider species (trechalea axtensa) is able to hide under water when faced with danger.
It's time for us to face the ocean. Time for us to make it the focus of the future. Time for us to ensure the sovereignty and sustainability of the sea as a path to prosperity.
Sovereignty of the sea can be guaranteed by not compromising on Illegal, Unreported, Unregulated (IUU) fishing practices.
Marine sustainability must be maintained by monitoring the occurrence of exploitation. As well as by protecting the marine environment from the threat of plastic waste. Protecting biota such as lobster, turtle, eel, clam, hornbill, and other species from the threat of extinction.