A view of the Gulf of California from Baja, Mexico

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The Gulf of California’s 700 miles of saltwater separates Mexico’s mainland from the slender leg of the Baja Peninsula. Within this body of water, and on the shores flanking it, is one of the world’s most diverse ecosystems. And that may be something of an understatement. The Gulf of California (sometimes known as the Sea of Cortez or the Vermilion Sea) sustains tens of thousands of species, from microscopic invertebrates to colossal migrating blue whales. Massive hauls of shrimp and sardines help keep commercial fisheries in business, and sport fishing supports many coastal communities.

Conservationists also visit the Gulf, and work to alert authorities and the public about the numerous endangered species in the region, and the need to balance commerce with environmental stewardship.



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