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Exploring the World Heritage Convention for High Seas conservation

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Last month, the Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Foundation headed out to sea with Dr. Fanny Douvere of the UNESCO Marine World Heritage Centre to officially launch the publication of "World Heritage in the High Seas: An Idea Whose Time has Come" on a Nekton Mission submersible deep in the Sargasso Sea.
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Last month, the @[109708712446416:274:Khaled bin Sultan Living Oceans Found...

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Covered in golden floating Sargassum seaweed, the Sargasso Sea is an iconic ocean ecosystem that is important nursery habitat for hatchling sea turtles and the only known breeding ground for American and European eels. First seen by Columbus on his first voyage to The Americas in 1492, the Sargasso Sea has been a place of myth and legend ever since. #HighSeasHeritage
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