Celebrate the 12th annual international Endangered Species Day

On the 5th may, we celebrated the world endangered species day, in the company of  two classes of children aged from 9-11 years old.

Started in 2006 by the United States Congress, this event is a celebration of the nation’s wildlife and wild places. It’s also an opportunity for people of all ages to learn about the importance of protecting endangered species.

After a part in our educational room animated by Vie, all the pupils had the chance to participate in 4 workshops. With Magali and Maui, they started to visit our underwater trail to learn more about the role of each species in her environment. Thanks to Amélie, all the kids then discovered our sea turtles care center and its animals. They subsequently participated in educational games that enabled them to better understand the PGEM (Protected Marie Areas) of Moorea, including the need to protect endangered species.

Finally, our new intern Esperance animated a land art workshop on the beach, for the pleasure of kids.

A very beautiful morning of awareness !

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