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Hidden Planet: Underwater Eden in land that time forgot


Richard Engel heads to a land that time forgot. Raja Ampat, the four main islands off the West Papuan mainland in Indonesia surrounded by 1,500 smaller islands, spans 10 million acres of land and sea that explode with brilliant green forests and vibrant blue waters. NBC News' Chief Foreign Correspondent takes a dive into these waters, known to many as an underwater Eden, that have the most biodiversity on the planet.