With an expansive coastline that features over 600 islands, Papua New Guinea is considered one of the world’s coral treasure troves, and nowhere is this more evident than in the near-pristine waters of its south-east at Milne Bay.
Here, researchers have documented a rich underwater environment comprising 798 species of reef fish, 954 types of molluscs and 418 corals – a figure that represents over half the world’s coral species.
Here’s an insight into the waters of Milne Bay and the bountiful underwater biodiversity it affords.
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