Please visit this site to see an unbelievably beautiful marine ballet. This marine park in Mexico is on UNESCO’s Natural World Heritage List and the Ramsar List of Wetlands of International Importance. “It has recently been described by the scientific community as ‘the world’s healthiest marine reserve,’ because of the remarkable recovery of its marine biodiversity and the productive model which has allowed local communities to improve their quality of life and achieve a successful, low-impact livelihood based on sustainable tourism,” states the World Wildlife Fund.
Even if you can’t help, you will be enthralled by the video. (Just click on one of the links to see the video).