João Vieira and Poilão Marine National Park
|João Vieira-Poilão Islands Marine National Park|
|Area||495 km2 (191 sq mi)|
The João Vieira-Poilão Islands Marine National Park (Portuguese: Parque Nacional Marinho de João Vieira-Poilão) is a national park in Guinea-Bissau. It was established in August 2000. It covers 495 km², and includes the uninhabited islands João Vieira, Cavalos, Meio and Poilão, in the southeastern part of the Bijagós Archipelago. The beaches of the islands are frequented by the sea turtle species Chelonia mydas, Eretmochelys imbricata and Lepidochelys olivacea.
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