Dugongs, often referred to as "sea cows," are large marine mammals closely related to manatees. They are known for their gentle nature and herbivorous diet, primarily consisting of seagrasses.
Currently, Dugongs are vulnerable to various threats, and conservation measures are crucial to ensure their survival. Dugongs can sometimes be spotted in the waters around Koh Mook , Koh Ngai but sightings are not guaranteed as they are relatively rare and can be elusive. If you're interested in seeing dugongs in their natural habitat. To keep and see dugong for sighting please " Save Dugong " no plastic down in the sea.