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Seaflower (Colombia)

Seaflower (Colombia)

Imatge The Seaflower Biosphere Reserve is an oceanic archipelago with coral banks, small islands and islets forming part of atolls, which are rare systems in the Caribbean Sea. It hosts a great marine and coastal biodiversity, it has more than 77% of the shallow coral areas of Colombia, in addition to innumerable shallow ecosystems such as mangroves, seagrass meadows, sandy bottoms, beaches and deep ecosystems, in addition to key species.

Declaration Date: 2000

Country: Colombia

Surface Area: 18,000,000 ha

Resident population:

Contact: Durcey A. Stephens    direccion@coralina.gov.co

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