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Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Vote Komodo Island for the New7Wonders!!!

Komodo Island from Indonesia is one of 28 New7Wonders finalists from 440 to 220 and to 77 candidates from around the world. To vote Komodo Island with other six New7Wonders, visit this link

Thank you for your great support to include Komodo Island with your other six New7Wonders in your vote list.

My Votes are: Komodo Island, Amazon, Grand Canyon, Angel Falls, Dead Sea, Black Forest, and Sundarbans.
Below is short info about Komodo Island/ Komodo National Park:


Lying 200 nautical miles east of Bali, Komodo National Park nestles between the large islands of Sumbawa and Flores, all of which are part of Indonesia's Lesser Sunda Islands (Nusa Tenggara on current maps). This unique biosphere was born in the great volcanic uplift that formed Sumatra, Java, Bali and the islands lying eastward to Papua New Guinea. In 1928 the Dutch colonial government of the then Dutch East Indies formalized the nature reserve status originally conferred on Komodo in 1915 by the Raja of Biwa in neighbouring Sumbawa. Indonesia decreed the area a national park in 1980, and in 1992 Komodo was declared a World Heritage Site. Despite these official designations and its obvious interest to the scientific community, Komodo is daily suffering irreparable damage by the hand of man. Almost before the world can properly appreciate the natural beauty of Komodo - home of the Komodo Dragon - its wonders are in danger of disappearing forever. It is disturbing that so little has changed since the declaration of Douglas Burden, leader of the 1926 American expedition to Komodo:
"A place where every prospect pleases, and only man is vile".

Foto and content source: The Komodo Foundation

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