The Coral Triangle is a huge underwater area that spreads across southeast Asia and the Pacific.
This area is very rich in coral with vast reefs spreading across the ocean floor.
These beautiful coral reefs provide perfect places to live and breed for thousands of species.
Six different species of turtle live here.
And so do dolphins…
and lots of fish.
But this area, which is home to so many animals, is under threat.
Humans have been fishing in the area for thousands of years but the industrial fishing techniques which are now used mean we are taking too many fish from the seas and damage reefs.
The area is also being damaged by climate change and tourism which does not respect the natural wonders found in the area.
To help protect this unique area WWF are working with partners to reduce these threats. We have also set up Coral Triangle Day, an event which will help to educate people on the threats facing the Coral Triangle and teach them how to keep it safe.
The first Coral Triangle Day took place this year and was a great success! It was celebrated in 7 countries around the Coral Triangle.