Dolphin Saviours (Autumn 2018, Pacific)

Tangalooma Wrecks

Between fishing line, plastic bags and predators, daily life is hazardous for Australia’s sea creatures. However, they can count on a helping hand at Moreton Island, which lies 58 kilometres north-east of Brisbane. There, the team at Tangalooma Island Resort’s Marine Education and Conservation Centre is dedicated to caring for the local wildlife. During her 20 years as Dolphin Care Manager at the centre, Sue Hassard has overseen eight dolphin rescues and saved countless turtles and birds.

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