First Shark Sanctuary Created

The world’s first shark sanctuary will protect the declining fish in waters off the tiny island republic of Palau. Located roughly 500 miles (805 kilometers) east of the Philippines in the Pacific Ocean, Palau is made up of about 200 small islands and is one of the world’s smallest and youngest nations. But what it lacks in land, Palau makes up for in water: Its territorial waters span more than 230,000 square miles (600,000 square kilometers)—an area about the size of France.All of that water is now safe harbor for sharks.

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