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Underwater Icons of Australia's North and Northwest

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Two new reports by conservation alliance Save our Tropical Sea Life, of which the Pew Environment Group is a member, spotlight the incredible marine life and special places found in Australia’s remote north and northwest marine regions. Take a virtual journey to discover deep underwater canyons,  coral reefs,  globally significant sealife, and much more. Learn about Pew’s efforts to protect these iconic natural places in Australia.

Click the images below to read the reports:

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