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What’s Happening at Rose Atoll

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Check out the never before seen extraordinary footage of the Marine National Monuments in the Pacific that includes Rose Atoll National Wildlife Refuge part of Rose Atoll Marine National Monument.

Our Deepest Waters:A hot off the camera film production of the extraordinary cultural significance and natural life now protected within the Pacific’s designated Marine National Monuments.  This film highlights the work of many hands, including territorial partners that help shape the work of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and NOAA effort as these key agencies protect, survey, and manage the planet’s largest marine conservation areas.  Rose Atoll National Wildlife Refuge is part of the new Pacific Remote Island's Marine National Monument recently expanded by President Obama September 2014! View it here at

The Marvelous Musical Report on the Marine National Monuments!  
Starring a business man, giant clams, a young child, hydrothermal vents, seabirds by the millions, sharks, ridiculously colorful coral and fish, coconut crabs that climb up trees and last but not least a human baby.  A not-to-be missed musical environmental assessment that will blow your mind featuring all the Marine National Monuments in the Pacific including the Papahānaumokuākea, the Marianas Trench, the Rose Atoll, and the Pacific Remote Islands.
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Last Updated: Feb 11, 2015
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