A MARINE protected area is an internationally recognized area of ocean (or of land and ocean combined) where human activities such as tourism, development and fishing are managed to ensure sustainability.
Research has proven that balancing the ecosystem by conserving every species that lives in it is an important step that must be taken.
Click to enlarge Junior Evence enjoys fishing. Photo by Rose Peredo
“The Living Edens: Palau, Paradise of the Pacific” notes that the island-nation is home to some of the most exotic creatures and realms in the world.
PBS.org said Palau reefs host over 300 species of coral, nine species of sea grass, and 2,000 species of fish. Each member of this ecosystem depend on the others to survive. When one of the links in the chain is removed, all other living things suffer.
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