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Central America

What is the world’s second-longest barrier reef

The second-longest barrier reef in the world lies just off the Atlantic coast of Belize, on the northeastern corner of Central America, and consists of Lighthouse Reef and Glovers Reef. Belize’s reefs are only a few dozen miles long while the Great Barrier, the longest reef in the world, is hundreds.



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