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The Southern part of the Pacific Ocean, generally referred to as “the South Pacific” is mostly known for small islands and lagoons with idyllic beaches and turquoise waters. But it is also the place where a wide variety of people with their cultures have been living for thousands of years.

More recent major historical events were World War II and the testing of nuclear and hydrogen bombs which left some of the islands untouchable for decades. And last but not least, some of these islands many consider paradise are threatened by the effects of global warming and may not be around anymore past the twenty-second century.



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