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  1. Inter tidal Lagoons
    Acropora downingi-Coral
    Anomastrea irregularis (cf Pseudosiderastrea tayami)
    Arabian butterflyfish - Chaetodon melapterus
    Arabian Gulf sea snake (Hydrophis lapemoides)
    Caulerpa sp. [cf noodle seagrass (Syringodium isoetifolium)]
    Seagrass - Halodule uninervis
    Paddle weed - Halophila ovalis
    Seagrass bed
    Chromodoris annulata
    Green turtle - Chelonia mydas
    Hawksbill turtle - Eretmochelys imbricata
    Jabal Ali Wetland Sanctuary Coastal Area
    Lesser crested tern - Thalasseus bengalensis
    Longfin batfish - Platax teira
    Platygyra daedalea
    Turbinaria peltata

    Jabal Ali Wetland Sanctuary

    • Country: 
      United Arab Emirates
    • Designation date: 
    • Site number: 
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    2002 ha
  2. A swimming Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris) is crossing a tidal creek in Bangladesh Sundarbans
    A Bengal Tiger (Panthera tigris) is feeding on its prey in the Mangrove Swamp of Bangladesh Sundarbans
    A view of Sundarban Mangrove forest of Bangladesh
    Colorful ferns, lichens, climbers developed on the trunk of Sundri (Heritiera fomes) of Bangladesh Sundarbans
    Boats carrying the harvested Golpata (Nypa fruiticans) from the Sundarbans
    Golpata (Nypa fruiticans) are being harvested by people as thatch materials for roofing village houses
    Boom of Gewa (Excoecaria agallocha) being transported to the Khulna Newsprint Mill from the Sundarbans as a pulpwood for manufacturing newsprint.
    Fish are being dried by the fishermen caught in winter fishery at Dublar char of Bangladesh Sundarban
    Fishermen are catching fish with the help of Otter (Lutra percipicilata) in the Sundarbans of Bangladesh
    Tourists are visiting the emblem constructed to commemorate the declaration of Sundarbans as World Heritage Site at Nilkamal.

    Sundarbans Reserved Forest

    • Country: 
    • Designation date: 
    • Site number: 
    • Published since: 
      16 year(s)
    601700 ha
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    Lake Uvs and its surrounding wetlands

    • Country: 
    • Designation date: 
    • Site number: 
    • Published since: 
      15 year(s)
    585000 ha
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    Kaper Estuary - Laemson Marine National Park - Kraburi Estuary

    • Country: 
    • Designation date: 
    • Site number: 
    • Published since: 
      17 year(s)
    122046 ha
  5. Bird Station at U Minh Thuong Nature Reserve
    Little Egret
    Locals collecting Nymphaea Nouchali

    U Minh Thuong National Park

    • Country: 
      Viet Nam
    • Designation date: 
    • Site number: 
    • Published since: 
      4 year(s)
    8038 ha
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    Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park

    • Country: 
    • Designation date: 
    • Site number: 
    • Published since: 
      9 year(s)
    96828 ha
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    Khuran Straits

    • Country: 
      Iran (Islamic Republic of)
    • Designation date: 
    • Site number: 
    • Published since: 
      22 year(s)
    100000 ha
  8. Indochinese silvered langur (Trachypithecus germaini) at Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    spot-billed pelocan (Pelecanus philippensis) at Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Asian openbill (Anastomus oscitans) at Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Local kids catch snail for tonight dinner
    Seasonally flooded freshwater swamp forest in Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Flooding house in Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Flooding trees in Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Seasonally flooded freshwater swamp forest in Stung Sen Ramsar Site during raining season
    lesser adjutant (Leptoptilos javanicus) at Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Waterbirds staying on the canopy at Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Area which suffer from forest fire during the dry season (2016)
    Local people are fishing at Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Canopy of tree during raining season at Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Plant composition and habita structure at Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Flooding house at Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Seasonally flooded freshwater swamp forest in Stung Sen Ramsar Site during raining season
    Oriental Plover (Charadrius veredus) in Stung Sen Ramsar Site
    Seasonally flooded freshwater swamp forest in Stung Sen Ramsar Site during raining season
    Oriental Darters (Anhinga melanogaster) roosting on the tree.
    Black-winged stilt (Himantopus himantopus) in Stung Sen Ramsar Site

    Stung Sen

    • Country: 
    • Designation date: 
    • Site number: 
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    9293 ha
  9. Wetland landscape
    Wetland landscape
    Wetland landscape
    Wetland landscape
    Alces alces
    Tetrao parvirostris
    Martes zibellina
     Ursus arctos
    Lynx lynx

    Inner Mongolia Grand Khingan Hanma Wetlands

    • Country: 
    • Designation date: 
    • Site number: 
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    107348 ha
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    The Issyk-kul State Nature Reserve with the Issyk-kul Lake

    • Country: 
    • Designation date: 
    • Site number: 
    • Published since: 
      6 year(s)
    626439 ha




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