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Northwestern Hawaiian Islands 'as important as Yellowstone,' activist says


 

WASHINGTON - President Bush on Thursday created the world's largest marine
protected area - a group of remote Hawaiian islands that cover 84 million
acres and are home to 7,000 species of birds, fish and marine mammals, at
least a quarter of which are unique to Hawaii.

 

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/13300363/

 

Mike Grant


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