The Gulf of Aqaba-Eilat lies at the northern end of the Red Sea and along the borders|
of four countries: Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Jordan and Israel. In the Gulf of Aqaba-Eilat
there are nearly 600 different species of marine and creatures, and hundreds of kinds
of plants. In the past few years, the situation of the fish, and especially of corals,
has changed for the worse. Information and photos on the environmental impact of all the
key sites found along the coast in Israel and in Jordan is given.
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