Pristine Seas: How We Turned Frustration into Action for the Ocean

Pristine Seas founder Enric Sala swims with jellyfish in Palau.
Pristine Seas chief scientist Alan Friedlander closely observes a potato grouper in the Seychelles outer islands.
A member of the Pristine Seas team swims underwater to document the ecosystem around the Antarctic peninsula.

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