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Most of the electric power lines in Costa Rica are aerial and are constructed without protective insulation. They are a threat of electrocution for any living being that has contact with them.shockfreezone, wildlife, enviromentaleducation, costarica, biodiversity,, jaguarrescuecenter, rescuecenter, monkeys, sloths, electrocutions
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To prevent animals from being electrocuted, we have our program Shock-Free Zone, which we have run in collaboration with the Grupo ICE (Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad) for the past 12 years.
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We are proud to announce that this week the JRC and ICE closed an agreement for the Shock Free Zone campaign. Together we have developed a map of the Caribe Sur area with the powerlines that are already insulated and the ones that aren’t. Our goal is to make every powerline in this map safe for the wild animals.
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