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Raine Island website offers special insight

Ground-breaking work on remote Raine Island can now be followed online, giving a unique insight into one of the world’s most spectacular animal migrations.

People from all over the world can view new images, videos and information about Raine Island’s green turtles, a migration that has occurred at Raine Island for over 1000 years, as well as sea birds, tiger sharks, and important work being done to protect these species through the Raine Island Recovery Project.

The Raine Island Recovery Project is a five-year $7.95 million collaboration between the Queensland Government, BHP Billiton, the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, the Wuthathi Nation and the Kemer Kemer Meriam Nation (Ugar, Mer, Erub) Traditional Owners and the Great Barrier Reef Foundation.

Follow activities on Raine Island's website.