The Curators at 'Cuba!' Exhibit Reconstructed a Coral Reef

ABC News' Charli James gets a first look at the marine life installation at the American Museum of Natural History.
1:21 | 11/15/16

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What it was big picture you can possibly get on Cuba Obama anyway. Cuba is an island yeah so there's obviously a huge marine life as well also let you go through a couple of. One of the big facing Cuba is the editor the and down on the list intact resistance. We actually had a lot of company this John di Roma together we have shocks. We haven't inside eagle ray. Rules. That he's making me usually hopeful that if I hope. As a very beautiful. Makes common if you enjoy I think it's Lauren called res. 01 only specious. The whole reason people what you found opening Cuba they aren't. This man he did it shows you. How important Cuba has the sounds of things slow small around. Colorless. Should give us this vessel. Carl lobbying. In the get a real sense. Humorous innocent animal its schools this.

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