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Illegal activities threaten natural World Heritage -- IUCN

(International Union for Conservation of Nature) Illegal fishing, logging and poaching, are impacting two-thirds of the 57 natural World Heritage sites monitored by the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) this year, putting some of the world's most precious and unique ecosystems and species at risk.
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