Revillagigedo Archipelago National Park

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Mexico’s Revillagigedo Archipelago National Park, located 400 kilometers (250 miles) south of the Baja California peninsula in the Pacific Ocean, is now North America’s largest fully protected marine reserve. The park’s waters are home to 366 species of fish, including 26 found nowhere else. They also serve as an important gathering place for large migratory species such as sharks, whales, and sea turtles.

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Revillagigedo Archipelago
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Revillagigedo Archipelago

The Revillagigedo Archipelago sits off Mexico’s Pacific coast, about 800 kilometers (500 miles) west of the city of Manzanillo and 400 kilometers (250 miles) south of Cabo San Lucas. With its rich ecological and geological landscape, the volcanic island chain was named a UNESCO World Heritage site in 2016.

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