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  1. Butrint
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    Butrint

    • Country: 
      Albania
    • Designation date: 
      28-03-2003
    • Site number: 
      1290
    • Published since: 
      17 year(s)
    13,500 ha
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    Laguna de los Pozuelos

    • Country: 
      Argentina
    • Designation date: 
      04-05-1992
    • Site number: 
      555
    • Published since: 
      24 year(s)
    16,224 ha
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    Humedales de Península Valdés

    • Country: 
      Argentina
    • Designation date: 
      20-07-2012
    • Site number: 
      2070
    • Published since: 
      7 year(s)
    42,695 ha
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    Western Port

    • Country: 
      Australia
    • Designation date: 
      15-12-1982
    • Site number: 
      267
    • Published since: 
      22 year(s)
    59,297 ha
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    Great Sandy Strait

    • Country: 
      Australia
    • Designation date: 
      14-06-1999
    • Site number: 
      992
    • Published since: 
      21 year(s)
    93,160 ha
  6. Corio Bay
    Shoalwater

    Shoalwater and Corio Bays Area

    • Country: 
      Australia
    • Designation date: 
      01-03-1996
    • Site number: 
      792
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    202,023 ha
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    Kakadu National Park

    • Country: 
      Australia
    • Designation date: 
      06-12-1980
    • Site number: 
      204
    • Published since: 
      9 year(s)
    1,979,766 ha
  8. 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: 
      Bangladesh
    • Designation date: 
      21-05-1992
    • Site number: 
      560
    • Published since: 
      17 year(s)
    601,700 ha
  9. Raised Bog Rozhnianskoe
    Domzheritskoe Lake
    Berezina River
    Open transition mires are ideal displaying ground for Black grouse. Up to 30 males gather on the Postrezhskoe mire.
    The Reserve holds many natural small rivers, surrounded by swampy black alder forests.
    The left bank of the upper reaches of the Berezina River is occupied by a huge forest-swamp massif with a predominance of natural complexes undisturbed by man.
    Marsh marigold begins to blossom in early spring on the floodplain meadows of the Berezina River.
    The most typical plant of raised bogs is the Tussock cottongrass, whose seeds ripen in the end of May.
    During the spring flood period the Berezina River floods the whole floodplain and surrounding swampy forests; the flood reaches a width of 2-4 km.
    The Round-leaved sundew is a unique carnivorous plant, common in the Reserve’s mires.
    The Lesser spotted eagle is protected species of birds of prey, which is common in open biotopes in the Berezina floodplain.
    Black alder swampy forests in the southern part of the Reserve represent unique massif of untouched forests at an area of more than 15,000 ha.
    The Eurasian beaver is found throughout the whole territory of the Reserve, inhabiting both the Berezina River and its numerous tributaries.
    Berries of the Bog cranberry ripen on bogs in spring. It serves as a perfect food for many animal species.
    Floodplain meadows of the Berezina River are characterized by the exceptional variety of flora and fauna.

    Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve

    • Country: 
      Belarus
    • Designation date: 
      25-01-2010
    • Site number: 
      1927
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    85,192 ha
  10. Mare Sapiengou dans le Parc W : un des points d'abreuvement de la faune sauvage
    Rivière Mékrou dans le triangle du Parc W

    Site Ramsar du Complexe W

    • Country: 
      Benin
    • Designation date: 
      02-02-2007
    • Site number: 
      1668
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    926,927 ha

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