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Cerro Blanco, the Guayaquil primal forest reserve threatened by deforestation

Published on May 15, 2023
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Some 36 quarries, made of limestone and stony material, have been devouring the vegetation in the area surrounding the Cerro Blanco Forest for years. A hilly forest that is a bastion of exceptional flora and fauna next to Ecuador’s largest city, Guayaquil, is now threatened by mining, urbanization and deforestation. Cerro […]

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