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Collection: Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters (Photos & Video)

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Reef structures found between 95 and 120 meters deep, less than 150 kilometres from Cayenne.
Scientists and the Greenpeace team found reef structures in two studied areas and were able to take pictures of a few corals and fish species. The team of scientists involved in the research is confident to say that these reef structures are part of the Amazon Reef.
The ship Esperanza is in French Guiana for a scientific expedition to the Amazon Reef. Researchers and the Greenpeace team seek for more information on this unique biome. International oil companies want to drill for oil soon within a few kilometers of the Amazon Reef. However, experts warn that an oil spill in the area would irreversibly threaten the well-being of the ecosystem and people living in the coast.
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters - Clipreel
8 May, 2018
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters - Clipreel
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
8 May, 2018
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
8 May, 2018
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
8 May, 2018
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
8 May, 2018
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
8 May, 2018
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
8 May, 2018
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
9 May, 2018
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
9 May, 2018
Amazon Reef in French Guiana Waters
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