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Animals are losing their habitat

As more and more people move to the Caribbean South, the threat of deforestation and habitat loss becomes increasingly significant.

Unfortunately, this leads to countless animals losing their habitat being brought into JRC due to electrocution, being hit by a car, and being bitten by a dog or cat. We have a sad story of a sloth we rescued on March 10th, where his habitat was destroyed while he was still on a branch. He didn't have any injuries, and we were able to relocate him to Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge.

To prevent more deforestation, we need your help. Our program at La Ceiba Primary Forest focuses on buying primary forest land to restore local wildlife’s habitat. Created in 2018, its primary purpose is the conservation of the flora and fauna living in the Carribean South. Help support La Ceiba at the next link.

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