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Everglades National Park, United StatesLast Updated on 2012-12-26 at 23:20
The Everglades National Park (25°19' N-80°56' W) is a World Heritage Site in South Florida, USA. This unique marshland on the southern tip of Florida is known... More »
Poverty and National ParksLast Updated on 2012-08-21 at 23:31
Many poor people live around national parks in developing countries. Does that mean that these parks are contributing to their poverty?
Living on the Edge of... More »
Burnt CapeLast Updated on 2012-07-29 at 03:11
The Burnt Cape is a limestone barren headland on the extreme northwest of the Northern Peninsula of Newfoundland, Canada. The prevailing harsh cold climate and [calcareous]... More »
Shark Bay, AustraliaLast Updated on 2012-07-14 at 23:10
Shark Bay (24°44'S-27°16'S, 112°49'E-114°17'E) is a World Heritage Site situated over 800 kilometers (km) north of Perth, on the westernmost... More »