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Hundreds of dolphins churn the sea water in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, as they hunt fish. Pods of up to a thousand common dolphins are common from February to June during fish hunts.   Photograph: Rainer Schimpf/Barcroft Media

The week in wildlife – in pictures

Hundreds of dolphins churn the sea water in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, as they hunt fish. Pods of up to a thousand common dolphins are common from February to June during fish hunts. Photograph: Rainer Schimpf/Barcroft Media

Palmyra Atoll About halfway between Hawaii and American Samoa lies Palmyra Atoll. Palmyra consists of a circular string of about 50 islets nestled among several lagoons and encircled by 15,000 acres of shallow turquoise reefs and deep blue submerged reefs. It is the northernmost atoll in the Line Islands in the equatorial Pacific.  Palmyra Atoll is one of the most spectacular marine wilderness areas on Earth. From Locations Worth Protecting

Palmyra Atoll About halfway between Hawaii and American Samoa lies Palmyra Atoll. Palmyra consists of a circular string of about 50 islets nestled among several lagoons and encircled by 15,000 acres of shallow turquoise reefs and deep blue submerged reefs. It is the northernmost atoll in the Line Islands in the equatorial Pacific. Palmyra Atoll is one of the most spectacular marine wilderness areas on Earth. From Locations Worth Protecting

The Ray and the Coconut: Tracing Life on Palmyra Atoll - The New York Times

The Ray and the Coconut: Tracing Life on Palmyra Atoll

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