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Wallace's Line is the demarcation in Indonesia separating Asian from Australian terrestrial species. Less well known is The Coral Triangle on the ocean floor in the same area. As on the land above, there is an incredible abundance and diversity of life under the sea: beautiful corals and marine species unmatched elsewhere on earth.
 
Wallace's Line is the demarcation in Indonesia separating Asian from Australian terrestrial species. Less well known is The Coral Triangle on the ocean floor in the same area. As on the land above, there is an incredible abundance and diversity of life under the sea: beautiful corals and marine species unmatched elsewhere on earth.

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Beneath Wallace’s Line is a film by Nick and Cheryl Dean that is featured at the 2016 San Francisco International Ocean Film Festival.

Wallace's Line is the demarcation in Indonesia separating Asian from Australian terrestrial species. Less well known is The Coral Triangle on the ocean floor in the same area. As on the land above, there is an incredible abundance and diversity of life under the sea: beautiful corals and marine species unmatched elsewhere on earth.

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