Four out of the seven new world natural heritage sites concerning about marine life have been designated by the UNESCO's World Heritage Committee currently meeting in Durban.
Four of the new sites containing outstanding coastal and marine areas are, Shiretoko Peninsula of Japan, the Norwegian Fjords, the Gulf of California in Northeastern Mexico and Panama's Coiba National Park.
David Sheppard, head of World Conservation Union, said these new World Heritage Sites illustrate the global importance of preserving marine bio-diversity for the future well-being, especially commercial fish stocks and endangered species.
Besides the four ocean-related sites, three others, Whale Valley of Egypt, Vredefort Dome of South Africa and Khao Yai Forest complex of Thailand, were added to the World Heritage List.
World heritage is the designation for places on earth that are of outstanding universal value to humanity and as such, have been inscribed on the World Heritage List to be protected for future generations to appreciate and enjoy. Source:CRI
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