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Deer Village desa kofiau
WOPA100421_D006 (ALL INTERNAL and LIMITED EXTERNAL USES) Deer Village at Kofiau, part of the Raja Ampat Islands of Indonesia, is located in the Coral Triangle, an area containing what may be the richest variety of marine species and corals in the world. The people of Indonesia's Deer village in Raja Ampat rely on the sea as their most important source of food and income. The Nature Conservancy has been actively working with here with local government, communities and other partners toward Raja AmpatÕs protection. Because of this program destructive fishing has virtually been eliminated from the local Kofiau Marine Protected Area. PHOTO CREDIT: © Jeff Yonover © Jeff Yonover
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