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Iguanas in the Caribbean

Iguanas are prehistoric animals. Once you see one you know they are a very ancient species. Read More

Cuban Forest Rangers Avoiding Damages

Cuban forest rangers are currently getting ready to prevent fires or mitigate damages, when most of those phenomena occur in April.<br /> Read More

Measures Taken to Minimize Drought Effects

Ciego de Ávila takes measures to minimize the socioeconomic damages caused by drought, a phenomenon becoming noticeably and even worst through the last years in Cuba. Read More

More Protected Areas in Cuba

About 253 protected areas are identified in Cuba, from which 105 are effectively managed to guarantee the conservation of nature and cultural resources. Read More

Cuba Boosts Policy against Desertification

Studies indicate that, one centimeter thick of soil may need between fifty, a thousand and two thousand years to form, depending on the geographic location. <br /> Read More

Project Moa-Arriba in Defense of Water Development

Project Moa-Arriba on Defense of Water, was successfully developed in the metallurgical mining town,on behave of  the World Water Day, celebrated this year under the motto: Clean Water for a Healthy World. Read More

Cuba's Fishing Book, Tradition and Tourism

An emblematic book for Cuban tourism is the volume Cuban Sport Fishing, History and Tradition, by Ismael Leon, whose recent appearance confirms the strength of sport and recreation. Read More

Royal palms increase in Camaguey

About fifty three thousand Royal Palm postures were planted in 2009 in Camagüey Province as part of a program to recover Royal Palm forests.<br /> Read More

Stock of Potato Seeds increased in Ciego de Ávila

Peasants in Ciego de Ávila province are growing over a hundred potato varieties in an experimental way, with the objective of using the most suitable seeds for next sawing seasons. Read More

Raul Castro Visits Santiago de Cuba Due to Seismic Situation

Cuban President Raúl Castro presided over the Provincial Defense Council of Santiago de Cuba and toured seismology centers, reports Granma newspaper this Monday. Read More

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