Lord Howe Island: jewel of the Pacific

Australia, 1992

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The World around us highlights the natural drama of a year in the life of Lord Howe Island, from the nesting seabirds to the world’s most southern coral reef. The history of the island, the tragedy of its exploitation and the modern-day struggle to preserve the unique values are presented.

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Scott Lambert



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