UNESCO declared World Heritage to Revillagigedo Archipelago ~ Mira tu México

viernes, 25 de noviembre de 2016

UNESCO declared World Heritage to Revillagigedo Archipelago

Mexico received the certificate that include to the four islands of Pacific Ocean in the World Heritage List, because has a diversity of species flora and wildlife in land and in sea.  

On november 22, the UNESCO delivered to Mexico’s president Enrique Peña Nieto the certificate that declare World Heritage to Revillagigedo Archipelago, due its importance biological and ecological, because has a diversity of species flora and wildlife in land and in sea, some of them unique in the world.
Mexican President reaffirmed the committal of Mexico that in 2018 (two years ago of established) 17% of national land and 10% of sea will be protected; and despite the country represents 1% of world geography has 10% of marine species of the entire planet, many of these originate from Mexico.
President Enrique Peña also said Mexico will continue working in benefits of environment. “In favor of care our natural riches, precisely to do of this our best big contribution to development and legacy to the generations futures”.

Revillagigedo Archipelago 

Revillagigedo Archipelago is formed four volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean: Socorro, San Benedicto, Clarión and Roca Partida.
It’s found between 720 and 970 kilometers to west of Manzanillo.
His land region has variety of native vegetation of big valor in the preservation of ecological balance, and wildlife riche in reptiles, mammals and insects.
His marine region has variety of algae, corals, annelids, echinoderms, crustaceans, mammals as whales, killer whales and dolphins; also live big stingrays of seven meters (unique in the world), and six sharks species.
Socorro Island has installations of naval sector of the Marine Secretary.
Only powerful boats arrive to Revillagigedo Archipelago in a trip of approximately 28 hours.

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