Conservation Short Films

Through stunning cinematography and compelling storytelling, we’ll highlight the many
environmental and conservation threats our world is facing – both on land and below the waves.

We hope our films will raise public awareness and inspire people to care about our planet and
its inhabitants; and most importantly, to act and make changes to support and protect it!

Release of ‘Montom’, the Rehabilitated Sun Bear

On 10th July 2020 the Bornean Sun Bear Conservation Centre (BSBCC) team reintroduced their eighth release candidate Montom (an six years old adult male sun bear) into the wild. Rescued from Kampung Melangkap, Kota Marudu on 18 January 2015, Montom was originally taken as a cub after a dog chased away his mother.

To see more pictures of the preparation to release Montom back into the wild, visit, click here.

Samsung Over The Horizon 2019 Making of

With the Samsung OTH 2019 Making of film, Scubazoo intentionally crafted this project with the use of breathtaking underwater imagery illustrating the global importance of our planet’s marine environment and incredible marine biodiversity. The team talk of their experiences of witnessing the threats our oceans and marine life face on a global scale and how each and every one of us individually or working together can make a difference and save this incredible and vitally important ecosystem.

Plastic Oceans

Plastic Oceans highlights very real problem of everyday plastic, the profound effect this has on our oceans and how we can change that!

Save Sabah’s Sharks

Save Sabah’s Sharks is a film championing sharks and explaining why we should protect and save these apex predators.

(available in Malay and Chinese).

Sunbear release

Two of the world’s smallest bears – the sun bear, get a second chance and are released to live in the wild!

Rhino in 60 seconds

These majestic creates are desperately close to extinction – Here’s what we can all do to help!

Rainforest in 60 seconds

The rainforests are the lungs of our Earth – beautiful, functional and precious. Watch this video and inspire change.

Plastic Pollution in 60 seconds

Manta Ray Madness in the Maldives

All we need to know about this majestic sea creature.

SZtv Wildlife Feature: Bornean Orangutan

Love our ocean

In conjunction with World Oceans Day (June 8), Sabah Tourism together with Scubazoo created a video to raise awareness and at the same time educate everyone on how to Love our Oceans.
Darci Liu, China’s first female professional surfer and Shark Ambassador helped us spread the message in this video.
Please watch this video and then share it, it will only take you less than 2 minutes for you to watch and share. Protecting our ocean is OUR responsibility.

Stop Illegal Hunting!

Illegal hunting is destroying wildlife worldwide. We need to put an end to this.

Stop Fish Bombing! Finally, there is a way to stop it

Fish bombing (also known as ‘dynamite fishing’, or ‘blast fishing’) is a destructive fishing practice in which typically homemade bombs are dropped into the ocean or onto the seabed. Shock waves produced by the explosion either stun or kill fish, some of which are then collected from the surface while the rest sink to the seabed. Fish bombing not only targets fish but all other surrounding marine life, as well as destroying the coral reef which takes many decades to recover.

Stop Fish Bombing! is developing underwater bomb detection technology to help detect and ultimately eradicate this destructive practice, forever.

Semporna Shark Sanctuary

Scubazoo has worked with Shark Stewards, and Scuba Junkie to protect biodiversity and sharks in Semporna and other critical habitat.

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