The ocean makes life on Earth possible. And it’s in trouble. http://www.conservation.org/what/pages/oceans.aspx?utm_source=Pinterest&utm_medium=social&utm_term=Oceans&utm_content=8.25.14%204:10%20p.m.&utm_campaign=Website
The Phoenix Islands Protected Area, in the Pacific Ocean, is one of the most pristine oceanic environments on Earth. It's also an important part of the larger Pacific ecosystem, which gives an embarrassment of riches to people: food, medicine, jobs, climate regulation ... the list could go on forever.
The Republic of Ghana is named after the medieval West African Ghana Empire. The Empire became known in Europe and Arabia as the Ghana Empire by the title of its emperor, the Ghana. Ghana was originally called Wagadugu in ancient times.
#Falevai Falevai is a settlement in the Vava'u islands in Tonga. The name Falevai, if translated into English means "water house." The name was given because of how the seas and the oceans surrounding the houses. Falevai's most famous names are lafa 'i tua and kuli fe kai. Falevai is really enjoyable with its great people, beaches and mainly known for their delicious seafood and their lovely beach. (courtesy Proud To Be Tongan Facebook)