Cabo Pulmo, a tiny ocean community on the shores of Mexico's Sea of Cortez, is home to an extraordinary story of marine recovery. By the mid 1980s, this near-pristine coral reef was all but wiped out, decimated by reckless overfishing.
In 2009, this island nation in the middle of the western Pacific Ocean created the world's first shark sanctuary to protect more than 100 shark species from reckless overfishing and the brutal practise of commercial shark finning.
Palau, a tiny island nation in the middle of the western Pacific ocean, is a land of giants. Large manta rays soar through its azure seas. Massive Second World War wrecks harbour dark secrets on the ocean floor.
The remote islands of Raja Ampat in the Indonesian archipelago are home to a diversity of marine life, including the secretive giants of the ocean, manta rays.
The Indonesian archipelago lies in the heart of the Coral Triangle, a region of the ocean recognised worldwide as the centre of marine biodiversity.
The waters surrounding Indonesia's sprawling archipelago are home to the world's richest reefs and the highest marine biodiversity on earth.
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