Earth's most diverse marine region an...

Earth's most diverse marine region and walking sharks

Posted in the Marine Biology Forum

Lindsay Walter-Cox

Silver Spring, MD

#1 Sep 19, 2006
Scientists on an expedition led by Conservation International have confirmed the Bird's Head Seascape region of Papua New Guinea as the richest on Earth. Over fifty new species were discovered, including two new kinds of walking shark. Read more at
http://www.conservation.org/frontlines/2006/0...
or
http://www.conservation.org
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