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Read more about the article Reef Wrecks episode 4 – Roatan
Roatan
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Reef Wrecks episode 4 – Roatan

The number of shipwrecks off the coast of Roatan suggest that these waters pose a threat to passing vessels - but the fact is most of these ships were deliberately sunk. The purpose? To create artificial reefs that attract a dazzling array of marine plants and creatures, in a bid to form a sustainable ecosystem.     Roatan Roatan is an island in the Caribbean, about 65 kilometres off the northern coast of Honduras. It is located between the islands…

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Read more about the article Reef Wrecks episode 3 – Bahamas
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Reef Wrecks episode 3 – Bahamas

Most of the ship and plane wrecks that line the reefs surrounding the Bahamian island of New Providence have a cinematic quality to them. And with good reason: Many were actually used in a handful of classic Hollywood films dating back to 1916. Dive into the rich history of these ghostly relics.     Bahamas - New Providence New Providence is the most populous island in the Bahamas, containing more than 70% of the total population. It is the location…

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Read more about the article Reef Wrecks episode 2 – Florida Keys: Shipwreck Trail
Reef Wrecks episode 2 - Florida Keys: Shipwreck Trail
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Reef Wrecks episode 2 – Florida Keys: Shipwreck Trail

The waters off the Florida Keys are home to a time capsule: the famed and eerie Shipwreck Trail. From World War II freighters to 19th-century steamships, these relics of a bygone era are preserved in their watery graves, home to an exotic array of marine life.     The ocean floor is home to centuries' worth of sunken vessels integrated into marine habitats. Explore extraordinary wrecks around the world and learn how these artificial structures have become a part of…

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Read more about the article Reef Wrecks episode 1 – Bonaire
Reef Wrecks episode 1 Bonaire
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Reef Wrecks episode 1 – Bonaire

The small island of Bonaire is a Caribbean diving destination that boasts a unique collection of shipwrecks transformed into makeshift coral reefs. These artificial habitats provide a haven for marine life in a constantly changing ecosystem.     The ocean floor is home to centuries' worth of sunken vessels integrated into marine habitats. Explore extraordinary wrecks around the world and learn how these artificial structures have become a part of the ecosystem--and in some cases, a vital tool in reversing…

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Read more about the article Cuba – A Paradise on the Brink
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Cuba – A Paradise on the Brink

Cuba is at a crossroad. On one side: 50 years of isolation from the modern world has preserved an ecological paradise. The other: Profits. The two-part series plunges us right into a race against time. Leading the pack is Cuban scientist dedicated to creating nature reserves before the sweeping changes on the horizon make it too late. Marveling at the unspoiled beauty of this long-isolated Nature Isle we learn the urgent need to protect the future of an ecological jewel.…

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