France Issued Stamps for UNESCO Correspondence

\"\"French Post has issued two stamps in association with UNESCO. The stamps depict a Bactrian camel and Milford Sound (New Zealand).Native from the steppes of East Asia, the Bactrian camel is a ruminant mammal with two fatty humps. Since 2002, this animal is placed in the list of critical species on the way to extinction.Top of the most visited tourist attractions in New Zealand, Milford Sound is a fjord located in the Southland region of the South Island. World Heritage of UNESCO, under the name Te Wahipounamu, it is surrounded by the mountains peaked at almost 1692 meters.These stamps are only valid for the UNESCO correspondence.

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