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  • 'A Pattern of Dolphins' joins Expedition Marquesas

    The Marquesas Islands of French Polynesia are among the most isolated inhabited islands in the world. Best known as the setting for Herman Melville’s first novel, “Typee”, and as the “paradise” that inspired French painter Paul Gauguin, the Marquesas are also a hot spot for dolphin diversity.More

     
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