Gaute Picks Wadden Sea In Denmark As Top Endangered Place To Visit

By on Apr 22, 2011 in Europe, Lifestyle, Travel Comments
Ice Age Wadden Sea In Denmark
Wadden Sea
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Gaute Hogh has chosen Wadden Sea, an endangered place, as one of the destinations that people must see in their lifetime, according to a report by Yahoo News.

Hogh is the publisher of the book 100 Places to Go Before They Disappear that is being distributed by Abrams in the US.

Wadden sea in Denmark is reportedly developed during the end of the Ice Age about 10,000 years ago. It is a low-lying coastal area wherein people can walk along a land bridge over a shallow water to reach a small island where wildlife abound.

However, the rising water in the area is threatening the survival of a prime bird sanctuary in the area.



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