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Venezuela: Visiting Expedition in the Togogos Paradise

The Eco Park “Flamingo of Helímenes Perozo”, an almost pristine ecotourism destination where magic and adventure come together from travel as a vehicle for reunion with nature , a complementary experience of environmental education and awareness of landscape values. Advertisements

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Plastic debris, sediment and pesticides are polluting the water among the Venezuelan Mangroves

Venezuela is estimated to have four percent of the world’s mangroves. The Venezuelan mangroves span over 2,200 square miles, ranking as one of the largest mangrove ecoregions in South America, but that number is shrinking steadily.

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Venezuelan Coastal Mangroves are shrinking

Venezuela is estimated to have four percent of the world’s mangroves. A unique and ecologically diverse mangrove woodland lines miles of Venezuelan coastline, on the northernmost extreme of South America. The Venezuelan mangroves span over 2,200 square miles, ranking as … Continue reading

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