Ambitious Plan Restore Wildlife In Argentina’s Iberá Wetlands

Huffington Post: Tucked away in the shelter provided by the meadow, Jurumina is fast asleep, coiled like a fireman’s hose. Even her long anteater snout seems made for putting out fires. But nothing seems to disturb her in the Iberá, a landscape shaped by estuaries that this creature blends so well into. Her natural connection to these bird-thronged surroundings is a picture postcard that, until recently, belonged to the realm of memory. For Jurumina’s species had been wiped out in this flood-prone land where camalotes......

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