Did you know?

Indonesia has one of the highest biodiversity of Elasmobranch in the world

Elasmobranch Project Indonesia (EPI) is a citizen science project that aims to map the biodiversity and distribution of Elasmobranchs in Indonesia

80
encounters reported

in

0
provinces in Indonesia

See how you can contribute!

Whale Shark (Rhincodon typus) seen in Cendrawasih National Park, Papua

(Faqih Akbar A, 2020) 

WHO CAN PARTICIPATE IN EPI?

Everyone who has interest in supporting shark, ray, skate and chimaera conservation in Indonesia can partake to contribute for EPI, such as student, lecturer, researcher, organization, government body, even fishermen and fish seller can and are welcome to participate.

 
HOW TO CONTRIBUTE?

It’s easy. You will only need to submit your encounter photograph and data, landing or sighting, directly from our website. Go to our Report Page.