Rose Atoll Marine National Monument

Collage of three photos: long view of the atoll, a blue fish underwater, a seabird in the air

Rose Atoll Marine National Monument

Rose Atoll Marine National Monument, almost 900 miles south of the equator, provides important habitat for reef species, such as corals and parrotfish (bottom left), and seabirds, such as the greater frigate bird.
Image
Photo By/Credit
Brian Peck, top, and Jim Maragos/USFWS
Ecosystem
Marine
Media Usage Rights/License
Public Domain
Subject tags
Islands
Marine ecology
Marine environments
Wildlife refuges