- Bay of Arguin
The Bay of Arguin, or Banc d'Arguin, is a bay on the
Atlanticshore of Mauritania. It is south of Cap Blanc, north of Cap Timiris, and contains the islands of Arguinand Tidra.
The bay contains the 12,000 km² Banc d'Arguin National Park.
* [http://www.esa.int/esaCP/ESA4VK8OS7D_index_1.html#subhead7 Satellite photographs of the bay] by the
European Space Agency
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