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Spain creates Mediterranean Sea reserve for whale migration
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29 June 2018
On 29 June 2018 The Associated Press reported:
Spain is creating a marine wildlife reserve for the migrations of whales and dolphins in the Mediterranean Sea and will prohibit searching for fossil fuels in the area. The Spanish government announced Friday (29 June) that the protected reserve will cover 46,385 square kilometers (17,909 square miles) between the Balearic Islands and the mainland. It says the area 'is of great ecological value and represents a migration path of vital importance for cetaceans in the Western Mediterranean.'
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