Tokoriki Giant Clam Project receives Juvenile Clams

We are delighted to finally receive over a hundred juvenile giant clams to plant on our local reefs.

Tokoriki Giant Clam Project receives Juvenile Clams

The juvenile clams made the long journey from Makogai Island Scientific Research Station, the other side of Fiji, and were accompanied by Mamanuca Environmental Society representatives Emosi and Matereti.


Once at Tokoriki the clams were placed in their new home: Tokoriki Wall and our Giant Clam Regeneration Project Site.


Tokoriki's Giant Clam Project is a 'one of a kind' dive in Fiji; with divers being able to dive and learn about 5 species of Giant Clam. This site, which was a brainchild of Will and Alex 12 years a go has gone on to house the second largest collection of rare and endangered clams in Fiji.