The Ocean

This Pacific island is protecting 100% of its ocean territory

Niue possesses 317,000 square kilometres of territorial water. Image: Unsplash/Berenice Melis

Douglas Broom

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Katuali sea snakes live only in the waters around Niue. Image: Wikimedia
Niue’s coastal seas are a breeding ground for humpback whales. Image: Nuieisland.com

Campaigner Lewis Pugh prepares for an ocean swim to highlight the threat to marine life. Image: Lewis Pugh Foundation
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