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preserving communities of the sea

he world’s busiest shipping lanes, fisheries for the planet’s most populous region, untapped deposits of fossil visits with MAP Office to discuss their abiding affinities for islands and the architectures of their inhabitants, and a new venture called the Ocean Foundation and Pink Turtle eco-resort on the southern Japanese island of Ishigaki.

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