ECOOCEAN are using ZoaTrack.org as an outreach platform to engage school children with science and nature. They have already satellite tagged 12 whale sharks, with each device and animal linked to primary or secondary school. The viusal platofrm of ZoaTrack and the analysis tools on offer enable anyway to log on view and analyse the whale shark movement information. The project is a joint initiative between the WA Department of Education, and is a great example of how ZoaTrack can be used to promote research, education and conservation.
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