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The Orango Islands National Park (Portuguese: Ilhas de Orango) is found in Guinea-Bissau. It was established on 1 December 2000. This site is 1582 km² (terrestrial)and 94,235.00 km² (marine).[1] The area covers the southern part including Orango and Orangozinho along with the western islands and the marine portion up to around 150 to 200 km within the Bijagos Archipelago

The Cacheu River Mangroves Natural Park is a national park situated on the Cacheu River in Guinea-Bissau. It was established on 1 December 2000. This site is 886 km². The park has been designated as a Ramsar site since 2015.

The Lagoas de Cufada Natural Park is found in Guinea-Bissau. It was established on 1 December 2000. This site is 890 km². It was the first protected area in Guinea-Bissau.

The João Vieira-Poilão Islands Marine National Park (Portuguese: Parque Nacional Marinho de João Vieira-Poilão) is a national park in Guinea-Bissau. It was established in August 2000. It covers 495 km², and includes the uninhabited islands João Vieira, Cavalos, Meio and Poilão, in the southeastern part of the Bijagós Archipelago.

The Bissagos Islands, also spelled Bijagós, are a group of about 88 islands and islets located in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of the African nation of Guinea-Bissau. The archipelago was formed from the ancient delta of the Rio Geba and the Rio Grande and spans an area of 12,958 km². Website

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