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    The Hammerhead Shark Listed as a Critically Endangered Species

    The red list of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) of 2019 shows that, at least, 73 species worldwide...

    48% of Forests in Central America Are Defended by Indigenous Peoples

    Indigenous peoples occupy vast tracts of Central American territory, including more than half of the region's forests and many of its waterways. This, together...

    Manatees Are in Danger of Extinction in Costa Rica

    The Antillean manatee was declared as a symbol of Costa Rica in terms of fauna since the animal was in danger of extinction. In...
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    An online definition states that "Tourism is the business of providing services such as transport, places to stay, or entertainment for people who are...

    Meet the Incredible Crocodiles of the Tárcoles River

    The Tárcoles River, also known as the "Río Tárcoles Grande", whose length is 111 kilometers and its hydrographic basin covers an area of 2,121...

    Survival: A tall order for endangered giraffe

    Along with elephants, rhino, lions, tigers and many more species, giraffes are now officially endangered. The International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has today moved giraffe...

    Forum Debates Region’s Environmental Future and Human Welfare

    A conference hosted by International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), the world’s oldest and largest global environmental organization, began today in Panama. It is...
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