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As part of the Conservation Project in Thailand, volunteers visit the Phuket Marine Biological Centre once every four weeks to wash the turtles and its tanks.
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A video showing what it's like to volunteer in Thailand on the Conservation placement, helping with beach and ocean clean-ups and reforestation work.
Volunteers on the Thailand Conservation project usually spend one day a month helping at the Phuket Marine Biological Centre.
A volunteer, Alonso from Spain, talks about his daily activities including diving among Zebra sharks, pufferfish, learning about marine species and cleaning the reef.
A volunteer from the USA, Sarah, speaks about the PRO Teaching project and her experience volunteering in Thailand.
A volunteer from the USA, Kelsey, speaks about her Care placement in Thailand and what it was like to work with children.
A volunteer from Japan, Kai, speaks about his Teaching project and a typical day at this placement. He also describes his time in Thailand.
A Conservation volunteer, Gorm, from Denmark talks about how he enjoyed his placement in Thailand and the opportunities he received.
Volunteers delicately remove fishing nets, reducing the damage inflicted on the reefs and often freeing entangled fish.