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Isle of Man (United Kingdom)

Isle of Man (United Kingdom)

Isle of Man The Isle of Man is situated in the centre of the Irish Sea. The area includes a varied coastline of cliffs, stacks, central hills, islets and long beaches. The biosphere reserve extends out into the Irish Sea and encompasses all of the Isle of Man’s territorial waters. The sea bed contains a rich and varied biodiversity, including horse mussel and Sabellaria reefs and maerl and seagrass beds, many of which are protected within the Ramsey Bay Marine Nature Reserve.

Declaration Date: 2016

Country: United Kingdom

Surface Area: 457,000 ha

Resident population: 57,200 inhabitants

Contact: Jo Overty    biosphere@gov.im

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