Going Underwater For a World Worth Protecting

Published 9 Mar 2018, 18:47 GMT
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National Geographic and National Geographic Correspondent Alexandra Roca travel across Baja California, Mexico, to explore why wildlife tourism is evolving in this biodiverse region.

Rolex and National Geographic have formed an enhanced new partnership to promote exploration and conservation. The organisations with more than 200 years of combined experience supporting expeditions, are again joining forces to support pioneering explorers and nurture their successors in efforts to safeguard the Earth’s oceans, poles and mountains for the benefit of future generations. 

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