Voyage to Pitcairn

Voyage to Pitcairn

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Bounty Bay, Pitcairn Island. Photo source: ©© Makemake

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A National Geographic Expedition to the remote Pitcairn Islands, including the famous Pitcairn and its 57 inhabitants, descendants from the Bounty mutineers, will embark in March-April 2012.

This expedition is part of NG Pristine Seas project to explore, survey and help protect the last wild places in the ocean…

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