Cabo Pulmo National Park (CPNP), an area near the southern end of the Baja California Peninsula, was designated a National Park in 1995 mainly to protect its large coral communities. CPNP, though one of the smallest MPAs in the region, has the 100% of its area as no-take, due to the determined action of local families, protection and enforcement of local people.
This video was designed as educational material and was not created for Profit Purposes as stipulated by the mission of the Gulf of California Marine Program at SIO.
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