Artificial island, Ringi Te Suh,  Maskelynes, Vanuatu
Giant clam, Maskelynes, Vanuatu
Ringi Te Suh Marine Conservation Area, Maskelynes

'Ringi Te Suh' means to leave alone or let multiply in the local language of Uluveo. It was officially launched in 1994 and is the best known Marine Conservation Area in the Maskelynes.

Ringi Te Suh protects about 100 hectares of reef and one of the main activities has been restocking of giant clams. The reserve helps to maintain fisheries resources and people use the area for research, education and recreation. Most visitors go for the snorkelling.

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Last updated: January 2005 by Stephen.

Maskelynes Malekula

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