14 September 2010

Question 1b

Shark Bay, Western Australia is home to a vast sea-grass bed and also five endangered mammals. This site is important to cultural heritage because if it were not protected we may loose some of those endangered species forever and that would be a great loss to society. Then there is Tsodilo in Botswana, it has been called the "Louvre of the Desert" and holds over 4,500 rock art paintings that are preserved in the desert. This art is part of our history and can give us a glimpse back into the past.

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