Newsletter 1, August 2014
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Green Heritage Fund Suriname (GHFS) is building a rehabilitation centre, where Xenarthra (sloths, anteaters and armadillos) can recover from their encounters with human beings (deforestation, traffic, orphaned, pets), if long term care is needed.
In addition, the centre will offer education about these animals and the protection of their habitat to tourists and schoolchildren, as well as offer facilities for (international) researchers.
Here, we’ll inform you on the dealings of such enterprise..
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