What is the largest marine reserve on the planet?

Is it the one created by President Bush or is it somewhere else?



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    The world’s largest marine reserve is now that around the Chagos Islands in the Indian Ocean, created by the British government in 2010. Upon its creation, the reserve, which measures 210,000 square miles, doubled the size of protected ocean in the world. 33 types of seabird, 1,000 species of fish, and around 220 species of coral inhabit the area.

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