The Gong 151

#001 The Gong 151

Welcome to the world of marine biology!

My name is Anneque “Dangerpus” Machelle. I’m studying to become a marine biologist. This world’s oceans are inhabited by a vast array of fascinating creatures. Some are playful, others could swallow you whole. But what we know about life in the ocean is, well, just a drop in the ocean. Some biologists think over 90% of the life in the ocean remains undiscovered!

That’s why I’ve dedicated my life to studying marine life. Together with my best buddy Salty, I’m on a mission to find 151 marine species in the Gong region. Yet we can’t do it without your help. If you’ve ever dreamed of working with marine animals, discovering new species, and learning incredible things about old ones, The Gong 151 is for you. We need your help to complete this guide and become masters of the ocean.

Each week, Salty and I will explore a new species. Come with us to swim, snorkel, dive and explore to make the ultimate guide to marine life in the Gong region.

Get ready to make amazing discoveries!

For each species, hit the beach and help us find:

  • Distribution
  • Population: common, uncommon, rare or legendary
  • Size
  • Interactions within a  species
  • Interactions with other species (including humans!)
  • And lots and lots of photos

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Links:

Species discovered so far

Area map

Submit data or suggest species

Make your own field notebook DIY

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Author: Anneque Machelle

Anneque Machelle finds the best in indie sci-fi - so you don't have to. Her background in biology, engineering and fiction writing give her a Geiger counter to find the most radioactive underground hits this side of Pripyat.

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