Sunday, January 13, 2008

Coco's Island among New 7 Wonders of Nature candidates

Costa Rica’s Coco's Island, which is a national park, is a strong candidate to become one of the world’s seven natural wonders, since the sponsor of the election, the Swiss foundation New7Wonders, has enlisted it among on of the favorite spots around the globe.

If chosen, the island would get a boost from donations and research. The island is home to a vast array of marine and land species which are found nowhere else, therefore its outstanding condition.

Anybody can cast his or her vote in the election of the new natural wonders by accessing http://www.new7wonders.com/, which will be receiving ballots through December 31, 2008.

In January 2009, a panel of experts will establish a list of 21 sites for the public to vote through the balance of that year. Finally, in mid 2010, the seven natural wonders chosen will be announced.

2 comments:

Felix said...

Great news for Coco Island BUT it's so hard to take seriously something like this which puts everything south of Mexico as South America. I understand people's stupidity with geography but when it's a website about geography one would think they would get something so elementary as this right.

Uri Ridelman said...

I had not noticed that the contest's organizers had categorized the continent in that awful way. Very dissapointing indeed!

In any case if our island gets picked it will undoubtedly benefit it and our economy so I will cast my vote for it.

However thanks for pointing this detail out.

Uri Ridelman
Tiquicia's Blog Web Master

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