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Efforts to save the Mona iguana

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The populations of the Mona iguana have decreased so much that a breeding programs has been put in place to foster its recovery.

 

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Isla de Mona to become the Galapagos of the Caribbean

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The DRNA has started the process of establishing cooperation agreements with the Station Charles Darwin and the Foundation Charles Darwin in Ecuador to develop a scientific station in the Natural Reserve of Isla de Mona, in Puerto Rico.

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Isla de mona will become a laboratory for teachers and students

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ISLA DE MONA – DRNA is looking into allowing teachers and students to conduct research with scientific puproses in Isla de Mona.

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Thousands of small crabs (cobitos) took over the coast of Isla de Mona

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Succesful conservation project in Isla de Mona

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ISLA DE MONA - Several studies with the most abundant turttle in the Puerto Rican coasts the carey (Eretmochelys imbricata), have helped preserved its population.

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