America's newest marine sanctuary, Papahanaumokuakea Marine National Monument, encompasses the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. The monument is bigger than all U.S. national parks combinedyet the majority of this environment has never been seen. What is in this vast marine conservation area? And, what will it take to protect it?
National Geographic embarks on a month-long expedition to explore stunning coral reefs, shallow water environments, and rare species unique only to Hidden Hawaii.
Bonus feature: photo gallery.
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This DVD is only about an area of Hawaii not many people will ever see - the most northern part of the atol where there is much pollution and death of coral reefs (definitely relevant) but should not be sold as a view of a hidden Hawaiian Park. It is an educational tool and should be sold as a documentary. Those of us who wanted to see views of Hawaii Parks are most disappointed. This is documentary material only.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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