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Colombia's El Paujil Reserve expands in dying Magdalena Valley
by Kimberley Brown
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4 June 2019
On 4 June 2019 Mongabay reported:
Environmentalists have made a major advancement in saving the last remaining bit of rainforest in Colombia's Magdalena Valley by expanding El Paujil Nature Reserve. The reserve is the first protected area in the valley. The reserve is 'sandwiched in a unique refuge of rainforest that's millions of years old, and has many endemic species found nowhere else,' Rainforest Trust CEO Paul Salaman told Mongabay by phone.
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