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This area was one of the first sites in the world to be named "a wetland of international significance"...

Published in Southern South Island
Monday, 03 October 2011 07:17

Danube Delta (UNESCO)

Published in Danube Delta

The extent of the ecoregion is defined largely by the watershed of the Río Papaloapan and its tributaries that drain into the Gulf of Mexico. Major tributaries include Río Santo Domingo, Río San Juan, and Río Trinidad. There are also tributaries of the Laguna de Alvarado, including Río Blanco, Río Otopa, and some basins like Laguna Mandinga, Laguna de Catemaco, and Presa Miguel Alemán.

Published in Papaloapan

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