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- Turtles of Monterrico Guatemala
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- Monterrico Guatemala Along the Pacific Coast of Guatemala, for centuries turtles have used the narrow strip of black sand beach as the perfect incubator for their fragile eggs. Today competition with human activities threaten some of the worldâ€™s last remaining turtles. The Center for the Study of Conservation, a department of Guatemalaâ€™s University system is in Monterrico to protect the turtles and surrounding mangrove forests.
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We meet Sid Eschenbach, president of Green Wave Hotel Association, owner of a beach front lodging and champion for the turtles. We walk through a neighborhood of local residents next to the biotope. We are on our way to meet ranger Poncho Chavez, Sid tells us the history of the Monterrico Biotope.
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