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The Lower Saxon Wadden Sea National Parc is part of the largest wadden sea area of the world.
2009 it became an UNESCO World Heritage site. This was because of its unique intertidal ecosystem and its high biodiversity.
It is also very important for about 13 Millionen migratory birds and for the fish of the North Sea. One further reason for being a World Heritage site are the geological changes still continuing.
At first glance you might see only mud, but at second glance you`ll find a lot of animals such as mussels, worms, snails, crabs and many more.
It is also fascinating to see how the tides (ebb and flow) work.
If you have any questions, please ask. My name is Birgitt and I`m state-certified tidal flat guide.