João Vieira and Poilão Marine National Park

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Coordinates: 10°57′02″N 15°42′43″W / 10.95063°N 15.71182°W / 10.95063; -15.71182 The Joao Vieira-Poilao Islands Marine National Park is found in Guinea-Bissau. It was established on 1 August 2000. This site is 495.00 km².[1] A chain of islands off the south coast of Guinea-Bissau, four of them are in the Bijagos Archipelago including João Vieira, Cavalo, Maio and Poilão, it contains the country's southernmost point, at 10°51'53"N,15°43'36"W. Sea turtles are dominant in the park area.

Joao Vieira-Poilao Islands Marine National Park
Area 495.00 km²
Created 2000

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