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Connected Sites

Alejandro de Humboldt National Park: ranging from lowland rainforest between 200m and 400m, submontane rainforest to 600m, montane rainforest above 600m (UNEP-WCMC)
Australian Convict Sites: Great North Road - Shepherds Gully is a rainforest gully that starts at the top of the Devines Hill (northern end of the inscribed area)
Brazilian Atlantic Islands: Insular Atlantic Forest - a subtype of Atlantic Rainforest (Fernando de Noronha)
China Danxia: Temperate Rainforest
Gusuku of Ryukyu: The sacred forest of Sefa Utaki, Part of Gusuku Sites is Tropical Rainforest
Iguazu National Park: part of the largest protected subtropical rainforest in the world (UNEP-WCMC)
Jeju: Temperate Rainforest (Hallasan NP)
Kii Mountain Range: Temperate Rainforest
Komodo National Park: patches of tropical rainforest and mangrove (UNEP-WCMC)
Los Katios National Park: pre-montane tropical rainforest (UNEP-WCMC)
Pitons of Reunion: Subtropical rainforests
Redwood: Temperate Rainforest
South China Karst: Temperate Rainforest
Te Wahipounamu: Temperate Rainforest
Three parallel rivers of Yunnan: Temperate Rainforest
Vat Phou: Phu Khao mountain is rainforest
Yakushima: Temperate Rainforest


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