Moheli - Comoros
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Moheli is a small island in the Comoros Archipelago in the Indian Ocean. It is the smallest and most touristic of the three big islands that make up the archipelago.
The Moheli Marine Park is a protected area that was established in 2001 to protect an ecosystem that is a sanctuary for many species on 300 km2 of natural and animal beauty:
- It is on its white sand beaches that come the green turtles deposit their eggs
- It's among the last places where coelacanths still live
- Livingstone is one of the largest bats in the world with a wingspan of 1.40 m
- Moheli is also a refuge for dugongs and an important breeding area for humpback whales
It has underwater diving sites and, slightly mountainous, it allows the practice of hiking on the ridges.
The religion practiced by the whole population is Sunite Islam.
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