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Originally uploaded by Lunaé Parracho
Brazilian workers (L-R) Jose Evaldo Dutra, Valter Almeida, Josivam Alves and Antonio Cardoso wait for a bus to return to Maranhao, their native state on November 16, 2011 in Anapu, Para state, northern Brazil. The workers were fired among 137 others by Belo Monte Hydroelectric dam company, after they demanded to improve salaries and health care at the construction site. AFP PHOTO/ LUNAE PARRACHO
Saturday, March 24, 2012
If the devastation is not contained, the species could disappear from the region.
Researchers at the Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi (MPEG) identified eight species of medium to large mammals threatened with extinction-a list of 50-in sustainable forest District of Highway BR-163 (Cuiabá-Santarém), in Pará, one of the areas that suffer most as human pressure in the State, especially by fire. According to the experts, the field survey data are important for the definition of rational use of natural resources and conservation of biodiversity-rich area. If the devastation is not contained, the species could disappear from the region.
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