Conservation International Survey Nikoi and Cempedak’s Fish Species
Late last year, Conservation International visited Nikoi to conduct a fish survey discovering 276 fish species, two of which are new, another two are awaiting confirmation, and several of which have never been photographed live before. In addition to the fish species, 202 marine invertebrates, 17 marine algae, three marine flora and six marine fauna have been identified, four of which are on the IUCN threatened list. Later this year, Nikoi is hoping to survey the Irrawaddy dolphins and Dugongs that have also been spotted in waters surrounding the island.
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