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Jewel of Nature in the SouthEast of Puerto Rico

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Pedro Bosque Pérez

Maunabo - The Natural Reserve Punta Tuna, in Maunabo, is a unique site in Puerto Rico, due to its environmental value and also because its trails are equipped to serve the population with disabilities.

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UPR student studied conservation of marine turtles in Maunabo

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Jorge Gutiérrez, biology student at the University of Puerto Rico, participated in an summer internship stduying marine turttles in Maunabo. The internship is part of the Student Chapter of the Environmental Marine Society.

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