Kimbe Bay, located on the north coast of the island of New Britain, Papua New Guinea, is part of the Coral Triangle, home to an incredible 76 percent of the world’s coral species. Whales, dolphins and sharks feed and breed in the bay’s waters. Like many coastal areas throughout the world, Kimbe Bay’s rich marine biodiversity is at risk from overfishing, sedimentation and the effects of climate change…Captions: The Nature Conservancy
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Through mesmerizing camerawork, “Journey to the South Pacific,” a film by MacGillivray Freeman Films, follows a young boy throughout the West Papuan archipelago as he discovers the islands’ incredible wildlife, including the massive Leatherback sea turtle that’s featured.