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malaysian ecosystems, full of life and rich in biodiveristy, where threatened species and local communities thrive side by side.

 
 
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Sea Turtle MONITORING

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Beach & Underwater CleanUp

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Marine projects

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Terrestrial Projects

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Community OUTREACH

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Impact

Our progress and what we have achieved over the years from the founding of Turtle Watch Camp until today with Tengah Island Conservation.

 

16,000

critically endangered and endangered sea turtle hatchlings Released

85

Square kilometres daily Patrolling to prevent poaching

18,000

kilograms of marine debris from local beaches and reefs

1,000,000

Square metres of coral reef cleaned, mapped and surveyed

 
 
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Latest News and Updates from Tengah Island Conservation Projects.

 

Why we do what we do…

A quote from Mark Carwardine below summarises our inspiration to do what we are doing at TIC.

“...while nature has considerable resilience, there is a limit to how far that resilience can be stretched. No one knows how close to the limit we are getting. The darker it gets, the faster we’re driving.


There is one last reason for caring, and I believe that no other is necessary. It is certainly the reason why so many people have devoted their lives to protecting the likes of rhinos, parakeets, kakapos, and dolphins. And it is simple this: the world would be a poorer, darker, lonelier place without them.”

— MARK CARWARDINE, LAST CHANCE TO SEE

 
 
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Joining Forces

Our Partners

We believe that we are stronger working together and are infinitely thankful to our friends and partners for their support.

 
 

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