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Eye on the Reef

From Google Play:

The Eye on the Reef app can capture, submit and share your sightings, photographs and video recordings with the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and others.

It can be used as an educational tool to find out more about your favourite Great Barrier Reef creatures.

The Great Barrier Reef is a vast and complex ecosystem. Eye on the Reef helps build knowledge about marine species diversity, abundance, habitat and distribution.

The more people report their sightings, and the more knowledge contributed to science, management and the protection of this natural wonder.

Reef visitors have used Eye on the Reef to record thousands of sightings of humpback whales, dwarf minke whales, dugongs, dolphins, whale sharks, birds, sea turtles, and many more Reef creatures.

Selected sightings displayed on the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority website and Facebook page, to show the world a sample of the beautiful experiences that the Great Barrier Reef can offer visitors.

You can view all the sightings being made across the Marine Park by visit the Sightings Network website.


Splash: Ocean Sanctuary

Welcome to Splash, the best fish game and #1 aquatic experience from the creators of Flutter. This spectacular simulator game challenges you to restore life to a beautiful Coral Reef.

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Download the Splash game on Google Play or Apple Store


As a reef caretaker, the fate of a vibrant and diverse ecosystem is in your hands. With the population of the ocean dwindling, you must raise and release a multitude of fish species to repopulate and fill it with life. Along the way be sure to keep your Aquapedia handy, as you’ll document exciting real-life facts about each species you uncover. Watch in wonder as your sanctuary comes to life, teeming with creatures that are both visually stunning and unique in personality and behaviour.

So take the plunge! Splash is overflowing with eye-catching fish, beautiful ocean environments and relaxing gameplay that is sure to keep you entertained for hours to come.

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So, this is not the Green Island that you will visit, but is an ecological simulation game that is a great way to build or continue the excitement with young ones!

An option for something different? Below is FYI review link from Common Sense Media