French Guiana's Amazon Reef threatened by Brazilian oil drilling

Pristine marine reef off French Guiana could be damaged by oil drilling in Brazilian waters.

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    Divers are exploring the rich marine life off the northeast edge of South America, where French Guiana lies.

    They're part of an expedition charting the recently discovered Amazon Reef.

    But the reef's ecosystem could be in jeopardy if oil drilling near the mouth of the Amazon River goes ahead.

    A Jazeera's Nick Clark reports from off the coast of French Guiana.


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