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Belize’s Coral Reef Threatened by Oil Interests. Help Protect It!

Belize’s waters are home to 1,400 different species, including 500 types of fish and 100 corals. This reef hosts the world’s largest population of threatened west Indian manatees, as well as endangered sharks and marine turtles. The survival of these rare animals depends on keeping their habitats safe from threats. In 2009, UNESCO placed the…

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