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A new conservation project is created in Costa Rica thanks to COVID-19
by Milan Sime Martinic
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9 November 2020
On 9 November 2020 Mongabay reported:
Hugo Santa Cruz is a photographer contributing to a new Netflix documentary about nature and coping with COVID-19. A Bolivian currently stuck in Costa Rica due to the pandemic, he has turned his camera lens on the local landscape, which has helped him deal with his separation from family and friends. Many hours spent in the rainforest have given him solace and also an idea to aid the rich natural heritage that he is currently documenting. Santa Cruz is now a co-founder of the new Center for Biodiversity Restoration Foundation, which will work to restore and connect natural areas in the region.
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