Raja Ampat is an Indonesian archipelago of more than 1,500 islands, cays, and shoals that contain a stunning array of marine life. Conservation International has proclaimed Raja Ampat the world’s highest concentration of marine biodiversity, and just a few dives will have you convinced. Warm sea temperatures and the virtually non-existent development of the islands has led to massive coral colonies that support scores of creatures, spanning the entire spectrum from microscopic plankton to sharks and whales. Words simply cannot describe the majesty of Raja Ampat, so allow us to present this video of its aquatic splendor.
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