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The Red Sea is one of the most extraordinary bodies of water on the planet. Formed when Africa and Asia split millions of years ago, it is actually an ocean. With some of the hottest waters anywhere on earth, it's remarkable diversity holds important clues as to how the rest of oceans may cope with rising sea temperatures. Philippe Cousteau and team explore early human settlements, shipwrecks, and extraordinary coral species that may help save the world's reefs.