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A tidal flat in Nagoya visited by migratory birds is worth including in an international wetlands preservation treaty, a top treaty official said Saturday.

The Fujimae mudflat is an internationally important wetland and worth listing in the 1971 Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, said Delmar Blasco, secretary general of the Swiss-based Ramsar Convention Bureau.

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