24 February 2017
The Ogasawara islands have unique land and sea environments in the world, making them a true laboratory for studying biodiversity, but also an indicator of changes on a more global scale.
An ideal place for the first meeting of Tara with Japan, and the continuation of the study of the biodiversity of the coral reefs along the Tara Pacific expedition.
© Sarah Fretwell / Fondation Tara Expéditions
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