Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Coral-Reef-in-Andaman-Sea-27MZIFJJD55KK.htmlConceptually similarCoral Reef in Andaman SeaGP0STQM9JCompleted★★★★Coral Reef in Andaman SeaGP0STQM9DCompleted★★★★Coral Reef in Andaman SeaGP0STQM9CCompleted★★★★Coral Reef in Andaman SeaGP0STQM94Completed★★★★★★Coral Reef in Andaman SeaGP0STQM9ECompleted★★★★Coral Reef in Andaman SeaGP0STQM9FCompleted★★★★★★Coral Reef in Andaman SeaGP0STQM91Completed★★★★Coral Reef in Andaman SeaGP0STQM8ZCompleted★★★★Coral Reef in Andaman SeaGP0STQM8XCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQM95Coral Reef in Andaman SeaAndaman sea, Satun, Thailand. Two nudibranchs (Hypselodoris pulchella) seem to investigate each other on a wire coral (Junceella sp.) at Hin Chao Kam, a pinnacle located near Koh Bulon Lae, in Satun province, Thailand. Coral reefs provide critical habitats for countless marine life, ranging from large predators such as reef sharks to the small critters like these nudibranchs. These reefs help support tourism and the local fishing industry of the region.Locations:Andaman Sea-Satun Province-Southeast Asia-ThailandDate:8 Mar, 2017Credit:© Sirachai Arunrugstichai / GreenpeaceMaximum size:4000px X 2670pxKeywords:Corals-Day-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Oceans (topography)-Outdoors-Reefs-Research-Underwater shots-YellowShoot:Underwater Images in Andaman SeaCollection of underwater shots in the reefs of Koh Ya Kha island in Mu Koh Tarutao National Park of Satun province, Thailand.