Chumbe Island, off the coast of Tanzania, became the worldís first privately managed marine protected area in the 1990s. Fishing, scuba diving and shell collecting are forbidden on the tiny island, shown on December 13. Illustrates TANZANIA (category t), by Paige McClanahan, special to The Washington Post. Moved Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015. (MUST CREDIT: Photo by Paige McClanahan for The Washington Post)
Chumbe Island, off the coast of Tanzania, became the worldís first privately managed marine protected area in the 1990s. Fishing, scuba diving and shell collecting are forbidden on the tiny island, shown on December 13. Illustrates TANZANIA (category t), by Paige McClanahan, special to The Washington Post. Moved Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015. (MUST CREDIT: Photo by Paige McClanahan for The Washington Post) McCLANAHAN THE WASHINGTON POST
Chumbe Island, off the coast of Tanzania, became the worldís first privately managed marine protected area in the 1990s. Fishing, scuba diving and shell collecting are forbidden on the tiny island, shown on December 13. Illustrates TANZANIA (category t), by Paige McClanahan, special to The Washington Post. Moved Tuesday, Feb. 24, 2015. (MUST CREDIT: Photo by Paige McClanahan for The Washington Post) McCLANAHAN THE WASHINGTON POST