Yes its true..As said by the Vice President,Peter Doyle, of Dolphins in Resorts World Sentosa’s Marine Life Park (MLP),Singapore will impart education on conservation.
The MLP will be opened in 2012 and will consist of 25 dolphins. This innovative programme will take place with the help of Resorts World Sentosa and Sea Research Foundation’s (SRF) Mystic Aquarium in the United States. It has been concluded that Mystic Aquarium has also conducted related educational programmes and marine animal research.
Famous multimedia and science programme by Sea Research Foundation and famous National Geographic Society, The JASON project, will be responsible for providing the content for the conservation programme.
Founder of this JASON project, Dr Robert Ballard, is a great oceanographer and he discovered the RMS Titanic after 70 years when it sank.
Peter Doyle,Vice President of Dolphins in Resorts World Sentosa’s Marine Life Park,has propagated about this conservation programme to about more than 250 principals and educators from around 70 schools. Also state-of-the-art animal hospitals,professionals have been arranged for this initiative.
Also development of programmes are on its way that will allow people to learn from their own experiences. As said by MLP,these programmes will be in such a manner that will enhance the developmental needs of students that are 0.5 million. Students will be put under different categories like younger students will learn about horseshoe-crab species’ conservation and older students will get to know about mangrove and mudflats habitats.
There will be unique programmes like “Researchers for the Day” in which the students will take blood samples from marine species.
Overall from this spectacular initiative, there will be more knowledge imparted towards the conservation issue and there will be better learning as compared to classroom learning where teachers will be working with MLP to decide the lessons for their classes.