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Ocean Adventures: Kure Waste Case

Oceanographer Jean-Michael Cousteau has developed interactive web games to heighten awareness about the ocean, its inhabitants, and threats to both.
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In conjunction with Public Broadcasting Service, oceanographer Jean-Michael Cousteau has developed interactive web games to heighten awareness about the ocean, its inhabitants, and threats to both. This game asks the player to help clean up the Kure Atoll, the most remote of the Hawaiian Islands. There are three levels of play, as well as three locations to clean up, the beach, the sea surface, and the coral reefs. In addition to the challenge of the game, there is information about the marine wildlife found in the area.

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