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UGA on Nat Geo

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Back in the fall, a film crew from the National Geographic Channel came to campus to make use of the motion-capture lab in the department of theatre and film studies. This week, that episode arrives to your TV.

The Marine Institute on Sapelo Island

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From North to South along Georgia's 100-mile-long coast, 14 islands of sand, beach ridge and maritime forest serve as a barrier between sea and land. Four of these are developed ( St. Simons, Tybee, Sea Island and Jekyll) and connected to the mainland by bridges. The rest are accessible only by boat (or plane):

Blackbeard, Wassaw, and Wolf islands are national wildlife refuges. Little Tybee, Ossabaw, and...

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