It is no secret that we, as human beings, have had a detrimental effect on the word’s oceans. We have polluted them, over fished them, and generally treated them poorly in most regards. As a result, the creatures that live in the sea are not as plentiful as they once were. Recently, marine biologist and photographer Thomas P. Peschak traveled to the Mozambique Strait to shoot a story for National Geographic. What he found there was something extraordinary. Two atolls that remain protected and largely untouched by man’s effects on the sea. The video below gives us a glimpse of what he found.
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