Australia’s Ningaloo coast added to Unesco’s World Heritage List

Guardian: Charles Knife gorge in the Cape Range national park, Ningaloo coast, Australia. The Ningaloo coast in Australia, a vast complex of reefs, caves, streams and shallow waters, and the Kenya lake system in the great rift valley in Africa, an area of outstanding beauty and home to 13 threatened bird species, are the latest sites to be added to the World Heritage List at the Unesco meeting this week in Paris. The Ningaloo coast in Western Australia covers 708,350 hectares of coastal waters and land,......

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