360 video: Tour Rose Atoll, a remote wildlife refuge in American Samoa

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22.05.2020

To see how one of the most remote places on earth is being impacted by climate change, NewsHour Weekend traveled last fall to Rose Atoll, an uninhabited wildlife refuge in American Samoa. We had to get a special permit from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and then we chartered a boat for an eight-hour ocean voyage. Using a GoPro Fusion 360 camera, we’ve captured scenes to allow viewers to become immersed in the wildlife, sounds and natural beauty of the atoll.

Find more stories in our series Samoan Islands: Shifting Tides:

Climate change threatens Rose Atoll National Wildlife Refuge: https://youtu.be/zV4M8cJtN5o
Sea of obstacles imperil American Samoa's tuna industry: https://youtu.be/6raEhyQGUaA

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