Malabar Grouper with juvenile Golden Trevally
Amok Island

Amok Island: "Malabar Groupers can grow up to 2, 3 meters, and juvenile golden Trevally often hang around big animals like these for protection. A visual example of the many ways how different species interact and need each other. A delicate balance where every species has its place and importance. The Malabar Grouper is listed as near threatened. Groupers have a late reproduction age and are facing threats of fishing with animals being caught before they can reproduce". 

 

Sea Walls Australia is a groundbreaking public art program that brings the message of ocean conservation and environmental stewardship into streets around the country.

Amok Island is a National Artist from Fremantle, Western Australia that was involved in the 2018 Sea Walls festival in Cairns.

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